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aernout   Netherlands. Jan 08 2013 01:43. Posts 161
Hey guys, anyone here with some knowledge about pc issues? My pc stutters every 5-10 mins for like 1-2 seconds, it's very annoying. The whole pc just stutters when it occurs. I've tried reinstalling my pc already, reinstalling drives. still the same problem though. Here is what it looks like: .

please help me

UPDATE:

also wanted to post some poker/more positive stuff, been playing alot last couple months. In 4 months I moved up from 10nl to 50nl, and putted in some decent volume. I mainly think it's because I switched to FR (was a 6max breakeven 10nl player before). I just think my playstyle fits FR more. Also I think it's about 1 year ago since I started playing poker and started on 2nl, didn't know anything about the game, now Im playing 50nl, pretty proud of that.

Also I started using tablescanner turbo, which is some neat program which lets you filter tables for fishes (you can filter them by VPIP, green collouring, all kinds of filters) and waitlists them. It uses your database for this. There's a 30 day trial on there site, deffi worth the try imo.

Would post a graph of last year but my database got fucked up many time, so I ain't got any database atm.



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priaph   Czech Republic. Jan 08 2013 05:08. Posts 43

Could be a problem with your HD, take a look at Event viewer (Start -> type "event viewer" ), there you should be able to see a summary of events, look at event type "Error"

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aernout   Netherlands. Jan 08 2013 09:16. Posts 161


  On January 08 2013 04:08 priaph wrote:
Could be a problem with your HD, take a look at Event viewer (Start -> type "event viewer" ), there you should be able to see a summary of events, look at event type "Error"



thanks man, I'll try that out. I already did a checkdsk in command prompt, but that didnt result in too much. Also when before I reinstalled I inserted a linux disc and tried out the trial (you can just run it from the disc) to see if it had the same problem on linux. apparently it didn't in the 2 hours of using it. So my thought was it could be the HD as you said.


aernout   Netherlands. Jan 08 2013 11:53. Posts 161

don't see any errors in event viewer when I experience the freeze

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c4rnage   . Jan 08 2013 14:04. Posts 409

specifications of the pc ?


aernout   Netherlands. Jan 08 2013 14:30. Posts 161

aight just downloaded a program to list me all my specs, since I aint that techsavy and my brother put this pc together for me.

graphic card : AMD Radeon HD 7800 Series 2048 MB
processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU 750 @ 2.67GHz, quad core
4GB memory
windows 7 OS


c4rnage   . Jan 08 2013 16:05. Posts 409

its only happening with videos or with anything you do?

you can look for Ashampoo HDD Control 2, is a nice progam that can tell you if something is wrong with your HDD, but i dont think is the case.

For me looks something like a RAM or Video card problem.

If your OS is 64bits and you are not planning on upgrading to 4gb+ ram, i would recomend trying 32bits OS.


aernout   Netherlands. Jan 08 2013 16:22. Posts 161

It's the whole pc that just freezes, it can happen when Im browsing just whatever. as for the RAM, 1 week ago I inserted these new ones. As I was having problems with the previous, had a blue screen every 5 hours(when playing games). I thought it would be ram so I just bought new ones. the video card is pretty new, like 6 months old or so. I've always been running on a 64 bits OS, don't think that is the problem tbh. Think 4 GB suffice more then enough as for the OS.

I haven't been experiencing any freezes since I reinstalled tho so it might be fixed, I'll update on that later.


HaiVan   Bulgaria. Jan 08 2013 16:57. Posts 2083

My PC started to randomly freeze about a week ago, i did everything that was provided as information about the issue on MS forums and so on, except re-installing Windows 7 so far (updated everything, including the fix that Microsoft made specifically for those freezes) and its still doing that shit, i'm currently working on fixing it and if i succeed ill let you know.

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c4rnage   . Jan 08 2013 23:14. Posts 409


  On January 08 2013 15:22 aernout wrote:
It's the whole pc that just freezes, it can happen when Im browsing just whatever. as for the RAM, 1 week ago I inserted these new ones. As I was having problems with the previous, had a blue screen every 5 hours(when playing games). I thought it would be ram so I just bought new ones. the video card is pretty new, like 6 months old or so. I've always been running on a 64 bits OS, don't think that is the problem tbh. Think 4 GB suffice more then enough as for the OS.

I haven't been experiencing any freezes since I reinstalled tho so it might be fixed, I'll update on that later.



Bluescreens because of ram, could be because difference in ram specifications, like if you have 2gb ram and insert 4gb ram stick or if one is 1333mhz and the other 1600, etc, not because the stick is damaged. , also your motherboard has to support the frequency and more etc of the kind of ram you use.

the 64 is not a problem, just a suggestion, 32bits doesnt support more than 4gb, so you dont need a 64bits OS if you are not going to use more than 4gb, and some times some software is only supported in 32 OS


 



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