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Windows 7: BSOD when browsing through a normal legit web page

03 Aug 2013   #11
julio99

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You have to be one of the best and most thorough tekkies I have ever dealt with. Don't lose that ability to help people when they may ask more than you think they should. Computers are hard for people to understand sometimes and when they go bad, lookout, frustration reigns. You helped me without making me feel stupid and I think that is why some people won't ask beyond the first call. I appreciate your help and hopefully if I ever need help on this matter again, I'll find you. Thanx.......
You are welcome Julio
You should ask questions ... as I am asking to alter some things which in your believe are correct, and so the conflict of thought arises. It is my duty to guide you through the proper way ... and so I have to answer your questions, so that the conflict of thought may be resolved. Otherwise, you will not be able to understand why you are doing it.

Let us know how the system is running after doing those changes. If there are further issues, we have to check those again. So the feedback is necessary

And, questions are welcome, always
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Great work Arc!
Thanks a huge lot, my friend When a person like you appreciates me, it is a real honor.
So far so good. I made a few visual adjustments to do away with the unneeded eye candy and took out a couple of unnedded startup items, plus removing KIS2013 and my Winn 7 boot time is now running between 45-50 seconds. Not a BSOD since and the wireless adapter has not dropped a connection. Running smooth if I must say so. Thanks again my friend. Don't know if you want to wrap this up but if you do you got the green from me. Take care!


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03 Aug 2013   #12
Arc

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by julio99 View Post
So far so good. I made a few visual adjustments to do away with the unneeded eye candy and took out a couple of unnedded startup items, plus removing KIS2013 and my Winn 7 boot time is now running between 45-50 seconds. Not a BSOD since and the wireless adapter has not dropped a connection. Running smooth if I must say so. Thanks again my friend. Don't know if you want to wrap this up but if you do you got the green from me. Take care!
You are most welcome Julio

So considering it as solved for now. If problems re-appear, you unmark it and continue
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04 Aug 2013   #13
julio99

Windows 7 home premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by julio99 View Post
So far so good. I made a few visual adjustments to do away with the unneeded eye candy and took out a couple of unnedded startup items, plus removing KIS2013 and my Winn 7 boot time is now running between 45-50 seconds. Not a BSOD since and the wireless adapter has not dropped a connection. Running smooth if I must say so. Thanks again my friend. Don't know if you want to wrap this up but if you do you got the green from me. Take care!
You are most welcome Julio

So considering it as solved for now. If problems re-appear, you unmark it and continue
Will Do !!!
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