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Windows 7: Freezes and crash problems


01 Jul 2009   #1
xrl

windows 7 RC1
 
 
Freezes and crash problems

Hello i just recently installed RC1 7100 64bit

and having some minor issues with freezes and crashes of programs..

5,9 Wei Score

except memory wich has 5,5
only have 2GB memory can this be the fault?

i did not have any problems at all with windows 7 prebeta (32bit)


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01 Jul 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64, Mint 9
 
 

Hello XRL, welcome.

Seven recommends having 2 gigs, so it should be fine. Are you using x64?

~Lordbob
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01 Jul 2009   #3

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 
crash

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by xrl View Post
Hello i just recently installed RC1 7100 64bit

and having some minor issues with freezes and crashes of programs..

5,9 Wei Score

except memory wich has 5,5
only have 2GB memory can this be the fault?

i did not have any problems at all with windows 7 prebeta (32bit)
Hi and welcome to sevenforums.
Could we get all the info about your computer, and if it was a clean install or upgrade. what error codes do the crashes give you?

Waiting on info
Ken
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01 Jul 2009   #4

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by xrl View Post
Hello i just recently installed RC1 7100 64bit
Quote:
only have 2GB memory can this be the fault?
Hi, welcome to the forums.

There should not be any issue running x64 on 2GB but i would advise you try x86 to see if that has any better results.




Jeff
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01 Jul 2009   #5
xrl

windows 7 RC1
 
 

thx

im right now using x64 and having small issues yes, not big ones its more like when you do something program hangs for about 2-3 seconds "not responding" and after that all is fine for alittle while the problem come time to time doing nothing special.

had no problems on 32bit windows 7.

Dell dimension 9200
Geforce 8800 GTX
Intel duro2 E6600
2gig memory pc5300 dual channel
Intel P965 chipset with integrated audio, network

after all troubleshooting and health reports i found out
one problem: Device manager one item there is called "unknown device"
and when i try repair it with the help of windows it says

This problem was caused by a compatibility issue between your computer's Away Mode System and your 64-bit version of Windows. The Away Mode System is only compatible with 32-bit versions of Windows.
This problem is not critical, but you can prevent it from occurring again by disabling the Away Mode System in your computer's BIOS. Refer to the instructions that came with your computer that explain how to access the BIOS and turn off Away Mode System support.



and since i have dell and cant change much in bios i dont find this
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01 Jul 2009   #6
xrl

windows 7 RC1
 
 

im not sure but isit possible high tempratures on grafic, cpu etc can make theese problems?

since its very warm inside my house now when sun has been shining everyday and computer on pretty much all time ?
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