[Unreliable!] Windows 7 ENTERPRISE Edition x64

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by totalz, Jun 16, 2010.

  1. totalz

    totalz New Member

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    Win 7 Ent x64
    Intel i7 , 6GB ram , System on SSD...

    Symptoms:
    1. Some process cannot be killed, not even with force restart (both Windows Security restart or the shutdown command). Which is really bad, I cannot restart the PC remotely or heck, not even a safe restart, has to press RESET or hard power off!
    2. Windows Explorer will be in loading state infinitely... some file system module in kernel is screwed!?
    3. Commit size is fine, only 3.5GB max is used at that moment!
    4. Hardly any cpu usage, no suspicious process!

    * Not hardware problem, memory tests are fine, cpu burn-in tests are fine...
    * HDD/SSD are still accessible through cmd!!

    I have encountered this for a few times already. There's no info whatsoever in the event log... Resource monitor seems ok in most section except "Disk", nothing shown, loading...

    The same PC/hardware had been on Vista Ultimate x64 for a few months, no such problem whatsoever...


    --- another thing, probably the crappy nvidia driver problem: when power saving, turn off screen, no video signal at all afterward, 2*mon (1 DVI, 1 VGA).
     
  2. cybercore

    cybercore New Member

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    Hi and welcome to the forums.


    Do you have all the system updates and the latest drivers for the problem hardware?


    Some processes cannot be killed, this is quite normal as certain system processes are protected and cannot be killed.


    Windows explorer will be in loading state infinitely, how infinitely ? It may be busy while superfetching, optimizing ssd hdd when idle, or busy with some other activity. Is your pc connected in a local area network ?


    Tests are fine, have you tested your SSD ?

    Also, Cmd -> chkdsk /f.
     
  3. totalz

    totalz New Member

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    Greetings, cybercore.

    I'm a very experienced Windows User!
    The PC actually works for several weeks without problem, and then shxt happens.
    And please, don't reply sth like "u should restart your windows once a week!" Cause that's just unreliable!


    !NORMAL processes CANNOT BE KILLED
    !Windows explorer will be in loading state infinitely, like still loading after hours
     
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  4. TorrentG

    TorrentG Banned

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    Your problems are either due to your current installed antivirus or other 3rd party software.
     

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