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Windows 7: Freezing in games

13 Aug 2017   #1
mark4supra

 
 
Freezing in games

Hi
I have been having this problem in games where it runs fine for 2 seconds and freezes for 2 seconds and keeps that doing over and over. I did a completely fresh install of windows and the problem is still there. And there are basicaly no files except for nfsmw 2005 and chrome are the only things i installed. I have all the latest drivers.

Intel core i5 2430m
Intel hd 3000
Toshiba 500gb hdd
4gb 666 mhz ram.


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14 Aug 2017   #2
RoasterMen

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-BIT
 
 

Has the laptop been cleaned inside? Was the laptop CPU's thermal paste replaced?

I think it's overheating.
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14 Aug 2017   #3
mark4supra

 
 

Nope it was running at 65 degrees celsius all the time even during games.
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15 Aug 2017   #4
Bethany Lee

Windows 10
 
 

There could be a couple of reasons for this, for example, it could be caused by faulty RAM. Maybe you could try is preventing all programs (via msconfig > startup) from starting up with Windows except the ones you really need. Reboot in Safe Mode (to also exclude drivers) and see if this somehow helps?
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15 Aug 2017   #5
alikhan

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

It doesn't seems to be a software problem i think. What games are you trying to play and at what settings?
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17 Aug 2017   #6
zerodealt

Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB
 
 

the same problem >trying playing smite and it freezes for 2 sec-CTRL+ALT+DELETE and fixes itself for an undefined time.GPU <65 Celsius. Well I think GPU overheats, but I can be wrong. Also, it says "Display driver stops working... " or something like what. so it might be GPU.
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