|27 Jan 2009||#1|
Shut down problems
Well, I don't know what's happening but After I leave Windows 7 on for a while I think it happens after I play a game, were my Memory usage is at 90% of (2 gigs of ram). I could not be playing the game for 1 hour plus and if I try to shut down it just sits there doing nothing, eventually it decides to shut down.
I do have an error in my Action center "An issue with the Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP) client in Windows 7 beta is causing Explorer and some MSI-based installers to stop working properly."
I have don't what its told me to do, but still has the shut down problem, this is really the only issue I have with Win 7
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|27 Jan 2009||#2|
Here you go mate, its a issue with the SQM client in windows. MS have released a fix. Have you used windows update? If not then do so, im told the fix is in there.
If not then there is a fix you can do yourself.
Hope that helps
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