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My computer keeps freezing after a few minutes of startup

Ask a question Mephisto14 1Posts Wednesday April 23, 2014Registration date April 23, 2014 Last seen - Latest answer on Sep 15, 2016 03:46PM
Hello guys, my computer keeps freezing after a few minutes. This happened after I reformat my computer and within three days it freezes every few minutes. I cant even reformat it , every time I reformat it using my cd Windows 7 starter it keeps saying that I don't have enough storage then I tried formatting the harddrive but I get an error and there's no drive to select on the list. Please help.
Here is my specs
Core i3 duo
GeForce GT 430
Samsung HDisk
2gb of ram
I tried changing my power supply, removing my video card, removing my cd-rom but nothing has changed.
The only remaining parts that I dont have tested yet is my Harddrive and ram since I dont have any spare for those two.
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Hello,

Try this 1

1) When you switch ON your PC, start tapping the "F8" key to get "Startup

Settings" options ( if boot menu appears, press "Esc" key and keep tapping the

F8 key)

Select the option "Safe Mode".

2) Click on Start --> In search bar, type msconfig and press Enter.

System Configuration Utility will be opened.

Click on "Services" tab, select the option "Hide all Microsoft services" (You can find

this option at bottom) --> Then click on "Disable All" button.

Click on "Startup" tab and click on "Disable All" button -->Click on OK.

Now restart your Laptop.

After restarting, a dialog window will appear regarding the changes

that you have made, check the checkbox "Don't show this message or launch the

System Configuration Utility when Windows start" and click on OK.

Now check if the OS is working without any issue.

Later enable the serivces and startup items one by one and then restarting

the laptop.

Good Luck
Willbaonger- Apr 21, 2016 06:18PM
Thanks dude it worked
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Lokatzis- Sep 15, 2016 03:46PM
make sure you are signed on in microsoft driver.
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