Windows 7 64 Bit Freezes On Startup
Especially HDD or mobo temperature. My motherboard is ASUS P5KC, and theres no Windows 7 Drivers, the lastest available drivers, as in, for OS, is Vista 64, Will these work the same? I have a PC running the following: Core i7 2600K, 12Gb DDR3 1600 Ram Intel DH67CL motherboard. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed http://1pxcare.com/windows-7/windows-7-regedit-on-startup.html
Now the real problem comes in with people who try to use the DVD and it hangs on "loading files", which means you can never even get to the system repair If the computer hangs while shutting down in Safe Mode, it could be a hardware issue. Arethe hard drive and the optical drive...reflected properly in the BIOS? You can restart the computer and press F8 to get a list of boot options, which includes Safe Mode, Last Known Good Configuration, etc.
Looks like the HDD is the culprit. Needless to say it made no difference. 6.) I also remember to have used a program called "sfc", but do not really remember how that worked out. I have no Lavasoft programs installed. So over the past week or so I've been trying everything under the sun that I can think of to get a stable system.
- I've seen Please Wait sometimes after rebooting when that is required to finish installing the updates.Sometimes it will be simply Please Wait.
- Windows 7 Hangs at Startup - Classpnp.sys One of the more nasty hanging issues in Windows 7 is when it hangs during the boot up on the "Starting Windows" screen.
- Look for processes that are causing the lock-up.
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Turn off the automatic software tool (Windows Update, HP Update, or other) and get the latest updates directly from the manufacturer's support Web site. Update or remove software programs that continue to lock up. Attempting to read from or write to the DVD drive causes my desktop computer to reboot into an infinite series of reboots until the disk is removed from the drive. To test for a failing component, click Start , click All Programs, click PC Help & Tools, and then click Hardware Diagnostic Tools.
If you cant find them in google tell us what they are. If its a CPU fan figure out what processor you're running (you're mainly looking for the socket type) and find a heatsync/fan that is compatible. It's amazing how many chips go bad. - If you're having this issue on a desktop, you need to open it up and check to make sure that all the cables browse this site Please use sxstrace.exe for detailed diagnosis.