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Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Post navigation Previous Previous post: IRELAND The MusicalNext Next post: Battlefield 4 has had a rocky start.. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...3-d2a6d532d09f http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...4-4b790a022e8c And, just as I write this...the system paused right in the middle of my writing, spun up the HDD, and then finished completing the sentence I was typing. Reply Narveen says: October 29, 2014 at 9:27 am I owned a Kingston V300, and had the same problem with freezing which mainly occurs while streaming youtube videos. Computer fired up first time after resetting, but…Problem #2…when starting W7, computer freezes on the Windows logo pulsating splash screen. http://emec16.com/windows-7/harddish-causing-windows-7-to-hang.php

Then i installed the nvidia stuff again. The issue that I was having was that it was a new install. This should be helpful. Finally i manage to save my PC Changing BIOS mode from IDE to AHCI and reinstalling operating system.

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Indexing is disabled for E: and D: and currently paused for all locations. Thus you won't lose any data in the source disk if anything bad happens. As always please be as detailed as possible when submitting a solution.

Recently it's been happening with Windows Media player, but I've noticed in this case, it's when my computer memory is being exhausted by other programmes. I did selective start up and disabled all the non Microsoft services. There are a lot of different factors that can contribute to Windows freezing up, but not a lot of possible solutions with the information we were provided. How To Start Windows 7 In Safe Mode Both OS worked without issue in IDE mode but I enabled AHCI through the BIOS to speed up the drive.

View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Feb 2006 Hey I.M.O.G, Haha, well, see that's the problem, I don't want it to spin up. Windows 7 Install Stuck At Starting Windows Reply redcore087 says: January 4, 2017 at 4:26 pm thanks I'm gonna try this out aswel i just changed it from 20 minutes to 0 see if it works ūüôā i Portside_ComputersAug 24, 2010, 10:59 PM Stentorian said: When I run the Windows 7 Home Premium OEM disc I get past "loading files" and then freeze on "starting windows". http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/2064-63-windows-install-hangs-starting-windows-screen I have my HDD set to spin down after one minute of no activity, because I rarely access it, and to have it spinning all the time is wasting power, HDD

I can get into safe mode, so I tried to do the msconfig way. Windows 10 Freezes On Startup Logo Still no success. StentorianNov 22, 2009, 12:22 PM Truendor,Thanks for the info. However, after switching on Optimus (using the built-in Intel GPU to drive the display) and disabling the NVIDIA card, the problem still occurs, so I'm pretty sure it's not that.

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As I stated in the title, System Recovery Options isn't working; it hangs immediately as soon as I enter into it. It will try restoring your Windows to the restore point you have selected. Windows 7 Hangs On Starting Windows Screen But mostly it's just generally broke and I have to reboot it. Windows 7 Stuck On Starting Windows Fix Yes you read that right, just start Windows 7 in Safe Mode and then restart your computer without doing anything in Safe Mode.

in win7 you can change to ahci right away because it locked in regedit so just unlocked it there will let you change to ahci with out blue screen after boot. http://emec16.com/windows-7/hang-with-shutting-down.php After reading another thread, I also tried disabling my page file (even though it's located on C:), just to see if this would make any difference, but it did not. Fortunately memory is really easy to test. Update BIOS. Is this plane landing or departing? Windows 7 Freezes On Startup

Solution 2. Do I have any options at all? "System Recovery Options" seems to be what I want, but the screen that is supposed to take me to them just hangs. What process is taking up the most CPU power? Check This Out I have a dual boot PC with Windows 7 and Windows 10 installed on a Crucial M550 SSD and an Asus P6X58D-E motherboard (I also have other non SSD hard-drives in

I found out that with some motherboards, "RAPID" technologies (Intel or Samsung) were causing freezes. * Samsung : in Samsung Magician, disable RAPID option * Intel : Uninstall Intel RAPID software Windows Is Loading Files Disabling just about everything else in bios 4. If I access a show on one of my drives that hasn't been accessed lately, it takes a few seconds to spin up.

yeah that doesn't make much sense to me, but if someone googles this, you know what to do.

Hope it helped. I'm considering moving to Linux because of this, it's fucking annoying as hell. If you decide to do so, use the "Copy" feature of MiniTool Partition Wizard Bootable CD to clone hard drive. Windows 7 Safe Mode Maybe it is infiltrated into the OS kernel as a device driver, maybe it stores information directly on disk sectors out of files to hide it etc. –pabouk Dec 19 '13

unfortunately where I had a BSOD I now have a gently whirring fan and an unresponsive black screen. Apparently it can't be installed prior to windows updates, or any updates really. Leave the Task Manager (Ctl+Alt+Del) running while you are away from the computer, and watch the processes tab closely when you return. this contact form you can found it so easy on google.

Here's what I've got: Monitor: Samsung T260HD 25.5in Rose/Black LCD w/ATSC HDD: 2 x Seagate 1.5TB Serial ATA HD 7200/32MB/SATA-3G Memory: Corsair Dominator 6144MB PC12800 DDR3 1600MHz (3x2) DVD: LG 22X After that, restart the computer in Safe Mode.