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thats tomorrow! Start a new discussion instead. I'm not the only one with this problem but forum threads were usually: Filled up with replies from people saying, "me too". Crucial SSD, Windows 10, latest build of TI And I found out my support expired in June, which kinda sucks. http://fmcproducts.net/hard-drive/system-restore-is-garbage.php

Top Login to post comments Wed, 2014-10-22 22:29 #2 Colin B Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2009-08-15 Posts: 9257 Wayne, Which build of TI are you using? Regards. I hope not since my board has no other slots available....except for an old cdrom that I suppose I could take out. Also, i tried to clean and reinstall with the same bad result.

New Hard Drive Keeps Freezing

Should I still defragment after new windows installation? As an example on 10525 Windows no longer recognises my antivirus software (ESET) as being active and intermittently notifies me of AB11.5 running tasks. __________________ Windows 10 Pro 1607:14393 + Windows The computer starts up fine, but within a few minutes it will start hanging regularly--like every 30 seconds, the cursor either won't move or clicking on something gives me a "(Not This is clearly a different issue, but it makes me wonder if there isn't something hardware-related, like a malfunctioning port (USB or printer, for example)or something on the motherboard that may

  • Today, I had the bright-idea to jury-rig a test that let me try both drives at once without getting a new power supply: I'm slinging an extra SATA power cable over
  • I've obviously tried talking with their tech support on this: they've sent me two RMAs already.
  • My support period has also expired but as a first time user of Acronis if it can not be fixed I will never purchase again.
  • While I don't have that many programs installed, I'm not sure which ones were disabled in safe mode or how to figure out which one was the culprit from there. (I'm
  • There's even a Snopes article about the film adaptation.
  • Well, like I told my wife, I finally "googled" the problem and see that the freakin program I'm trying to use is causing the initial problem???
  • at the bottom of the link http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929135 ?
  • But I had to re clone my original drive.

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Message Insert Code Snippet Alt+I Code Inline Code Link H1 H2 Preview Submit your Reply Alt+S Related Topics What is the good/best search engine in Windows/desctop computer - 3 replies Windows New Hard Drive Freezes Computer Does it matter if it was made from a cd or dvd? This has wasted my entire day :( Intel NUC D34010WYK Crucial CT120 mSATA SSD PS. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2027701/frequent-computer-freezes-reinstall.html Thanks for the tip!

Hard reboot nécessary ans less of 2mn to uninstall ATIH. Memtest86+ This is the third new drive in a row (Western Digital Caviar Black edition, WD1001FALS) causing a freezing problem. You may want to run some memory tests on it to ensure it is all working properly: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Diagnosing-memory-problems-on-your-computer You can also try enabling write caching. To get support for an OEM version of Acronis product, please contact the hardware manufacturer.You can also get support for OEM versions through Acronis Knowledge Base.

New Hard Drive Freezes Computer

Top Login to post comments Sat, 2016-04-16 22:33 #41 Bobbo_3C0X1 Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2013-02-27 Posts: 5491 Deniz, could you post an Acronis system report? page Thanks for the post, at least theres hope. New Hard Drive Keeps Freezing The solution proposed looks far more risky to the system than simply deleting Acronis TrueImage and using a different product solution. Secondary Hard Drive Freezing Computer I havent installed Acronis yet, but I am convinced as the behavior is the same.

Top Login to post comments Thu, 2016-05-26 20:39 #44 Steve Smith Offline Acronis MVP Volunteer Joined: 2010-04-03 Posts: 6009 Tony, if you have an OEM version of Acronis True Image, i.e news Searching Google turns up plenty that will tell me about broken hard drives. Top Login to post comments Fri, 2014-11-28 16:39 #4 Anna Trifonova [I... Registration E-mail: * Password: * Useful Links How to get Support? Computer Freezes Randomly Windows 10

I bench marked the SSD in this configuration and it is running at super fast speeds of AHCI (400Mb/s) but with the same stability I had in IDE mode. It may point out some errors in the Acronis logs as well. __________________ (00). When the problem starts, it affects all programs--if I'm looking at a Word doc and it stops responding, I'll click on a pdf and it will stop responding too. have a peek at these guys Top Login to post comments Sun, 2015-06-21 16:42 #22 Kevin Teevan Offline Beginner Joined: 2015-06-21 Posts: 1 check this post out...worked for me as i was having the same problem.

I doubt they will provide me with a refund to go purchase a Seagate drive. I'll let you know if I get any further. 0 phoenix_2000 30 5 Years Ago if you want to check your cpu heat during the windows install, you'll probably need some I did not try disabling LPM (some sort of power saving mod) but I did change the SATA mode from AHCI to IDE.

Back to top #4 Frowenat Frowenat Topic Starter Members 9 posts OFFLINE Local time:07:35 PM Posted 16 June 2013 - 10:40 AM I installed Windows 7 and Dell's drivers with

As soon as the computer was restarted the disk received a 100% load and the system became inoperable. Dell Latitude E6500 XP to Vista Lenovo IdeaCentre 300-20ish... I think I'm running Award Pheonix 1007 BIOS or at least thats roughly what comes up on my start up screen. Why won't the BP550 do this?

Good luck - I was scratching my head for this for hours! Sign up now and you'll get a month free through this link. Top Login to post comments Mon, 2015-08-24 15:18 #29 mercurial Offline Beginner Joined: 2015-01-22 Posts: 4 I'm not actually sure what the build was that was hanging when I did the check my blog MVP WinPE Builder (02).

The taskbar, also, is unresponsive. It's going to take a while, because I've noticed that everything runs fine after I restart; the constant Not Responding only starts after an hour or two of constant use. Dells use very specific drivers and it's best to install the OS using one of their install disks. Reset the bios (turn off ur pc, remove the battery, wait a minute then plug it back in) 3.

Disabled Aggressive Link Power Management 2. I have the same processor and nearly the same SSD (Crucial_CT256M55MU01). In other words, all I had running were the Microsoft services that you're supposed to hide before hitting "disable all" (plus my antivirus), and I certainly don't know enough about those While I'm downloading and installing various drivers, Win 7 will randomly freeze and I have to hit the power button for a hard reset.

Shavey, Feb 18, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 13 Views: 222 Shavey Feb 19, 2017 Bios system Mattheos, Feb 9, 2017, in forum: Hardware Replies: 1 Views: 77 crjdriver Feb 9, I've almost finished getting everything installed. Top Login to post comments Sat, 2016-04-16 14:55 #39 Kerry Knight Offline Beginner Joined: 2015-03-12 Posts: 3 I swapped my Crucial for exactly that, a Samsung Evo 850 1TB drive, and Please note that I had problems with these drives before and after removing that particular piece of hardware, so it's not the older video card.

My hangs only happen when the snapshot is taken. DiskCheckup says my drive temp is 42C. If anyone has any suggestions or has experienced a similar problem, let me know. when in win8/8.1 it not really locked, it just need you to boot on safe mode after change to ahci in bios that all you need to do.

We need more people like you all, posting valuable information and not just problems but solutions instead. I'm confused as to why you're supposed to check half the disabled services as the first step; why not start by checking one and go from there? I found it hard to put down. Tried the drive in a friend's computer, and it seemed to work fine.

It actually had a previous installation of Windows 7 on it, from the computer I salvaged it from. Much to my surprise this solved the entire issue! Others also say to downgrade the Video card driver.