Quote: Originally Posted by shadowfox
This worked for me. I dont know why, but I uninstalled Pando Media Booster, that comes default with Windows 7, and it just stopped crashing
Nevermind then... it wasnt the problem.
Here's what we know:
The problem is not in the Specs or Starcraft itself, Something in the Windows 7 OS is the problem.
On one hand, I'm not taking the risk for any false positives, if a virus exists, it's a virus. So chaoslauncher is out.
I did some experimenting and what happened was that I opened a bunch of other programs at the same time of starcraft. The more RAM that was being used, the shorter amount of time before it froze. Perhaps this has something to do with windows 7 attempts to "speed up your computer". I also found that the some programs still seem to run, Windows Media Player, Winamp, even When I used youtube.com to listen while still playing. It froze, but still ran. Downloads also completed, even though the game itself froze.