Unusual Computer freeze?
HOw come after i use my computer for a while, the whole thing locks up the mouse doesnt even move the keyboard doesnt move, i just formatted my disk and this problem is still hapenning, could th is be an overheating problem?
the thing is that i dont have vista but i think its the cpu fan problem cuz its getting around 90 degrees these days lol
- Anonymous1 decade agoBest Answer
90 degrees is not unusual. There a several reasons why your computer is freezing. First question is when was the last time you cleaned your registry. Having a corrupted registry can cause a whole host of errors and problems. Freezing up is one of them. If you have a lot of unnecessary registry keys that are hogging up your computer resources. Your computer is bound to choke. Scan your registry with a good registry cleaner. If you pull up more than 20 errors or duplication, clean your registry.
2. Depending on your RAM specs and your computer usage. This could also be a the issue. Having an insufficient amount of free space does not allow your RAM to function properly. If you are using a lot of RAM by net surfing or other activities without enough empty space your will get freezes. You don't need to buy new RAM but you should increase your free space by removing unnecessary data and perhaps increasing your virtual memory. The below link will show you how.
3. Spyware could be the culprit, so do a scan and see if your computer is infected.
4. That last area is a hardware drivers. This could be the problem if new hardware has been added to the system. So, the drivers should still be up to date. So try the first two suggestion and see if you can get your computer to stop freezing.
Check your drivers. Hope this helps.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
There are several primary areas that could be causing your computer to freeze.The most likely reason is that Corruption within your registry keys, registry classes, and registry settings.Any time you make a change to any of your computers settings and surfing online, they are stored and updated in the registry.Over time,the registry can grow to enormous proportions and full of junk and errors.So if you run a program,it will take a long time to required registry file and sometime it cant find its registry files since regsitry errors and then it has to sit there.So your computer will freeze.
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- doc_holliday1863Lv 71 decade ago
i just had the same problem a few days ago and posted the same Question. My problem turned out to be a bad usb port that i had the mouse pluged into,i changed that and my Vista computer is working fine now.
Take a look at the answers i got and i think you will allso be able to resolve your problem.
- sam I amLv 41 decade ago
either you hard drive is going slow due to being full or you have too many program running in background you also might have a virus or spyware .or simply your CPU is working so hot check out the fan .Your hard drive could be old too time to replace it.
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
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It will help improve your system performance and stop your computer from freezing .