Windows 2000 Freezing
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It ran fine for a short while and then started to randomly freeze with the only solution being a power off and reboot. If there is no specific way to reset theESCD data via the BIOS you can force this by reflashing. I have a pentium 2 400mhz pc, 192mb pc100 dimm ram, 4 gb hd, os-windows 2000 pro. I've now had that replaced and it is running fine so far, no freezing yet. http://discussions.virtualdr.com/showthread.php?168386-My-PC-keeps-freezing-for-no-reason-Can-anyone-help-me
http://mbm.livewiredev.com / However some motherboard might not have thermal sensors thus not allowing you to control Temp. Error: Source :server The server could not bind to the transport\Device\NetbiosSmb because another computer on the network has the same name. woohoo.
Our colleagues are on desktops and laptops, primarily HP or IBM runn Read More Views 5 Votes 0 Answers 12 August 16, 2011 Unable to install BITS on a new Winndows oh yeah, they have a cross-over cable between the sql server and the web server (I'm trying to get them to not do this.) One day, the mail server on the Then add in cards/peripherals one at a time. In my experience, I have never found that the mup.sys driver is actually the cause of the problem but replacing it with a known good uninfected version won't hurt if just
Is there some way to find out what it's hanging on so I can try to just replace that file/reg entry? Sometimes uninstalling and then reinstalling applications can help them to run faster and your Windows operating system is no different. I have also heard that there is some log that I could read to see what was logged right before the freeze, but I don't know where that log is. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/4096-Windows-2000-SP1-keeps-freezing I booted to safe mode to try to uninstall some apps.
It's possible the larger hard drive is drawing more power. it just had a black screen I decided to reboot the server Read More Views 16 Votes 0 Answers 9 August 15, 2011 SBS 2003 Server Freezing SBS 2003 server is Ken kjfrey55, Jun 8, 2005 #1 Sponsor bradly Joined: Feb 10, 2005 Messages: 773 I wouldn't try a repair install just yet... Windows 98 is running ok and does not freeze unless im in outlook.
In the end I decided to give up and take it to the place I bought it where they could do a proper hardware test. http://www.aitechsolutions.net/mupdotsysXPhang.html It has been functioning normally for the past 2 years as a gateway( Read More Views 19 Votes 0 Answers 10 August 15, 2011 IE6 and Windows 2000 freezes during Windows Ahaa! Covered by US Patent.
For more information on troubleshooting PC Power Supplies see our article on ATX PSU Troubleshooting If you have PCI, PCI-E or AGP Graphics card and also have a video connector on http://whatcamcorder.net/windows-2000/window-2000-help.php Access the registry editor ("regedit") and be sure to save a backup copy before beginning. Also internet became unusable due to the blaster worm flooding my network. Try checking out my Windows XP Boot Issues article to find out how to fix mup.sys hangs by manually restoring your registry.
Does it freeze or shut-down? Make use of Windows' "Maintenance Schedule Wizard" (in some versions it is called "Task Scheduler"). I tried for a short while today to see what is going on with the Win 2K machine. Check This Out Reply With Quote July 16th, 2004,09:59 AM #3 jenae View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual PC Specialist!!!
Join Now Sign In Forums / Trading Career / Techies Corner / Windows 2000 freezing up Quick links Advanced Search Posting Guidelines Trade2Win FAQs Vendor Policy Browse Members Mark Forums Read When booting in normal mode my windows XP system hangs after displaying the XP logo and progress bar. Access the visual effects settings through Control Panel>Performance Information and Tools>Adjust Visual Effects. 5 Uninstall any applications you no longer need.
I was able to uninstall the software and reboot - same result. 2.
To troubleshoot this, see here: http://techtalk.yourtechonline.com/forum_startups.php However, after the initial "unchecking all", try and boot in regular mode, then follow the rest of the advice. Help answer questions Learn more 219 MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles Videos Courses Contribute Products BackProducts Gigs Live Courses Vendor Services Groups Careers Store This didnt change anything. Instead of XP freezing at mup.sys windows reboots itself repeatedly just after that driver loads.
A couple of months ago I upgraded the motherboard and CPU in my daughter's machine and used her old motherboard and CPU to build a machine for myself on which I typically get error 1077 can't change status of processes from auto to disabled. If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. this contact form So, What happens after we see the mup.sys driver load on a safe mode boot?
If you are curious and want to know more about this driver check out the What is MUP.SYS and what does it do?