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Re: PC Help

Postby Libertine » Wed Nov 07, 2007 3:47 pm

chrisbishop69 wrote:it sounds to me like your milf has gone if u can probably get a new one on ebay or just take it into a computer shop.


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Re: PC Help

Postby Fordy » Wed Nov 07, 2007 3:54 pm

Libertine wrote:
chrisbishop69 wrote:it sounds to me like your milf has gone if u can probably get a new one on ebay or just take it into a computer shop.


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lol thats what i was thinking libs
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Re: PC Help

Postby Trina » Wed Nov 07, 2007 3:55 pm

:lol: Such dirty minds!

Well I was going to post and say it has been fine all afternoon and the damn thing froze on me again :x
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Re: PC Help

Postby CLS » Wed Nov 07, 2007 5:01 pm

right
first i spoke to all my technical people at work
and a few of the other IT team
then they called link sollution IT TEAM and they inputted all the problem you had mentioned into the main office computer server and in printed out a report showing the possible answer



so try this




Turn it off and then on again . :lol:
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Re: PC Help

Postby She_Gunner_Wales » Wed Nov 07, 2007 5:11 pm

Was there a pun intended with that last sentence CLS?

especially considering that link Libs gave...i mean damn him, he must have got the site shut down before i could access the link............ :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: PC Help

Postby left right left » Wed Nov 07, 2007 5:16 pm

i got this one guys


start the comp, as it logs on recall the ips memory, transfer all the H.U.L and DSS files , then bypass the ip head board and relog the RAM 3421 DRIVE


that should do it trina!!if not i will help later :trophy:
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Re: PC Help

Postby absolutely_fabregas » Wed Nov 07, 2007 5:19 pm

left right left wrote:i got this one guys


start the comp, as it logs on recall the ips memory, transfer all the H.U.L and DSS files , then bypass the ip head board and relog the RAM 3421 DRIVE


that should do it trina!!if not i will help later :trophy:



haha how the f**k did YOU know that?
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Re: PC Help

Postby SE13 » Wed Nov 07, 2007 7:08 pm

Computers freeze when the memory is overloaded, mostly.

Firstly you need to reduce the amount of running processes which eat at your RAM. Also, on start-up, there are a zillion programmes all trying to start, most of which don't need to go with start up, such as MSN, telephony, fax, and countless others. When you want them, open them, don't just let start-up do it all, it clogs the system up!

An extra RAM stick is fairly cheap, and you literally just plug them in, so that could be a suggestion.

Also, AVG is a freebie, and as such acts like one. You get what you pay for in terms of computers, although AVG is probably one of the better freebies.

Try downloading and running "Spybot search and destroy" and "Adaware" which will remove all the extras slowing your system down, then run a full anti virus check.

After which, go to Start >> Run >> MSConfig >> Start Up. Copy and paste all the lines and send them via PM to me, and I'll weed out the ones you don't need.

But it would help to know what system you are running also, which can be found in: Start >> My Computer >> View System Information (which is on the left menu on XP) Whatever you do, don't put that on public display though!! Just the bottom couple of lines will help, as it gives the RAM and CPU info.

Finally, for now, empty your recycle bin, there is always loads of stuff in there clogging up HDD, and also bin any stuff stored in "My Documents" which you really don't need.

After that, it'll be time to defrag, but that takes a while longer to do...
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Re: PC Help

Postby She_Gunner_Wales » Wed Nov 07, 2007 7:36 pm

I thought when the memory was overloaded it generally just slowed a pc down?
Although i know ur meant to keep 10% free.
Ive never known it to make a pc freeze. :?
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Re: PC Help

Postby left right left » Wed Nov 07, 2007 8:45 pm

absolutely_fabregas wrote:
left right left wrote:i got this one guys


start the comp, as it logs on recall the ips memory, transfer all the H.U.L and DSS files , then bypass the ip head board and relog the RAM 3421 DRIVE


that should do it trina!!if not i will help later :trophy:



haha how the f**k did YOU know that?



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Re: PC Help

Postby SE13 » Wed Nov 07, 2007 8:57 pm

She_Gunner_Wales wrote:I thought when the memory was overloaded it generally just slowed a pc down?
Although i know ur meant to keep 10% free.
Ive never known it to make a pc freeze. :?



Depends really. If there is far too much going through, it just won't have it, so freezes, but in time (which could be a minute or 24 hours) it will eventually run through.

On ME, the system will freeze until the plug is pulled out, because it's not a very stable version of Windows, in fact 98 was probably better! On XP, you would be best with at least 512mb RAM, preferably 1024mb. Anything up of that, there really should be no problems, but even at 1gb (1024mb) there really shouldn't be anything other than something sinister slowing the system enough to freeze.
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Re: PC Help

Postby REG » Wed Nov 07, 2007 9:16 pm

I thought when you meant PC i thought you were about to talk on how words like Half Caste is not allowed to be used
Ah screw it i'll get on with it, this is my fav poem which is what i had to learn & write & so on about last year in enlgish GCSE

Halfe–Caste by John Agard

Excuse me
standing on one leg
I'm half-caste

Explain yuself
wha yu mean
when yu say half-caste
yu mean when picasso
mix red an green
is a half-caste canvas/
explain yuself
wha u mean
when yu say half-caste
yu mean when light an shadow
mix in de sky
is a half-caste weather/
well in dat case
england weather
nearly always half-caste
in fact some o dem cloud
half-caste till dem overcast
so spiteful dem dont want de sun pass
ah rass/
explain yuself
wha yu mean
when yu say half-caste
yu mean tchaikovsky
sit down at dah piano
an mix a black key
wid a white key
is a half-caste symphony/

Explain yuself
wha yu mean
Ah listening to yu wid de keen
half of mih ear
Ah looking at u wid de keen
half of mih eye
and when I'm introduced to yu
I'm sure you'll understand
why I offer yu half-a-hand
an when I sleep at night
I close half-a-eye
consequently when I dream
I dream half-a-dream
an when moon begin to glow
I half-caste human being
cast half-a-shadow
but yu come back tomorrow
wid de whole of yu eye
an de whole of yu ear
and de whole of yu mind

an I will tell yu
de other half
of my story

John Agard

Hope you liked it
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Re: PC Help

Postby Trina » Wed Nov 07, 2007 9:17 pm

There's nothing wrong with memory. I've done the spybot and AVG earlier as I have used them for a while and not much came up. I've been through the startup aswell and not much is on it.

So the only option as it just froze again was to turn it off and for Fordy to hit it :lol: Let's see if that works :P
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Re: PC Help

Postby Trina » Wed Nov 07, 2007 10:14 pm

1 hour later and things are good

Looks like when Fordy banged the computer it worked :lol:

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Re: PC Help

Postby left right left » Wed Nov 07, 2007 10:56 pm

the good old one two ;)
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