Quote: Originally Posted by lencuff
Well after a lot of testing, it turned out to be Easy Media Creator 10 that was causing the problems. Uninstall and all working fine again!!
Glad you found the cause Lencuff.
Quote: Originally Posted by preiius
Do the basic troubleshooting steps:
2. Full scan w/ hd manufacturer's diagnostic disk
3. Install latest drivers
, especially chipset driver
. Windows 7 comes with solid drivers, but you can never discount anything.
4. Bios update
Updating BIOS would defiantly be a bad move. This guy is just having a problem with his explore.exe, which wouldn't anyhow be connected to BIOS.
It's also risky during the update, you could break the whole motherboard in bad cases.