my computer freezes all the time

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by tobbeshjaxlp, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. Hi i just biult a computer with this things intel core duo qua d 2.50ghz Q9300 Ram: 4gb mother is asus p5n-d thats it i think and windows 7 64-bit and almost all the time my compueter freeze and i dont get a blu screen plz help where can the failuer be?
     
  2. Trouble

    Trouble Noob Whisperer

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    perhaps start here;
    http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?model=P5N-D&os=17&SLanguage=en-us
    there's a pretty recent bios update as well as some other drivers, specifically the chipset driver you may need to update
    I would personally download and install any and all pertinent drivers for starters

    EDIT: Make sure you choose your correct operating system from the drop down box near the top. I think the page defaults to Windows XP so change it.
     
  3. får bara en .Bin fil som ser ut som vlc media player fil
     
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    That's correct, the .bin file would I presume contain the updates for your MoBo BIOS, you need to either read the MoBo manual if you have it, or download it from the link I provided above and read, exactly how to update the BIOS on your particular motherboard. There is probably some type of builtin utility, or else you will need to use one of the bios update utilities, available also at the link I provided above
     
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    SpeedTex New Member

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    Possibly bad memory. First try re-seating the memory, then if that still doesn't work try 1 stick at a time. If that doesn't work try unplugging the cd/dvd drive or any extra hard drives and run the system with just the OS hard drive. If that still doesn't work you should look at your power supply, it might not be providing enough power to your components.
     

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