Windows 7 Computer Freeze when Playing World of Warcraft 64/32 bit

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  1. nejcjanhar

    nejcjanhar New Member

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    Hello,

    When i play World of Warcraft the computer suddenly freezes. It just randomly freezes.
    I had installed World of Warcraft on win7 64bit and it froze. Then i formated and installed win7 32bit but it still freezes. It dosent on other computers. Call of duty 2 also freezes randomly (it freezes sooner that wow). Computer dosent always freeze.

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    Tnx. Hope you understand me!
     
  2. nejcjanhar

    nejcjanhar New Member

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    Anyone??? Please HELP!
     
  3. Trouble

    Trouble Noob Whisperer

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    Hello nejcjanhar, and welcome to the forums.
    Since I have no personal experience with either of the two games you mention in your OP, I can only advise that I do know that the successful use of any application on a Windows 7 machine is often linked to drivers, especially Chipset, Video and often times with games Audio, not to forget NIC (Network Interface Card) drivers for online play and possibly even a BIOS update if available.
    Without your system specs it's difficult to even guess what might be going on regarding your present issue, but I would highly suggest using the PC Manufacturer's, or the Specific Hardware Device Manufacturer's website to acquire and install the most recent device drivers for your hardware. Read this and do your best to provide the information and additionally any information about the current state, version number and date of the current drivers you are working with might be helpful.
    Regards
    Randy
     
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  4. nejcjanhar

    nejcjanhar New Member

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    So i fill out some of the System Specs. I didnt fill all of them cuz i dont got all the info. If someone got a program that tells you all these infos then pls link it.
    I also updated my drivers. If it freeze again i let you know.

    Thanks
     
    #4 nejcjanhar, Oct 17, 2011
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  5. Glowry

    Glowry Banned

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    You need to upgrade your computer. This may be due to window 7. I also faced such types of problems with window 7 so i removed it and installed window xp.
     
  6. nejcjanhar

    nejcjanhar New Member

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    I dont think that will fix anything. I updated my Auidio Driver and now it dosent freeze anymore.
     

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