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    Exclamation Vista Freezing!!

    Okay i figured you guys have seen posts like this a Thousand times....
    Well i have a HP pavilion ze4500 Factory installed with Windows xp but Xp got INFECTED and we had a Friend install Vista home Basic...
    It will randomly freeze sometimes ill be watching a video on youtube AND... FREEZE or ill be on the desktop with nothing except xfire running and i get a message or the little text cloud in the corner pops up saying (so and so logged in) AND... Freeze!!!!! i Defrag and everything and i only have one game on the computer And its phun and iv always had it on tere!I Love vista and dont Want to uninstall it...
    I heard that Hp disc recovery or something like that can help

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    Can u tel me ur lappy config and how much free space on ur Xp drive and ur ram tooo...

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    Pls see if anything here helps you : Windows Vista Freezes Frequently

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhett97 View Post
    Okay i figured you guys have seen posts like this a Thousand times....
    Well i have a HP pavilion ze4500 Factory installed with Windows xp but Xp got INFECTED and we had a Friend install Vista home Basic...
    It will randomly freeze sometimes ill be watching a video on youtube AND... FREEZE or ill be on the desktop with nothing except xfire running and i get a message or the little text cloud in the corner pops up saying (so and so logged in) AND... Freeze!!!!! i Defrag and everything and i only have one game on the computer And its phun and iv always had it on tere!I Love vista and dont Want to uninstall it...
    I heard that Hp disc recovery or something like that can help
    I think you may have to send more details to get the exact help you need, then I am sure that someone will know what to do.

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    well heres my Computer
    Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
    Processor: n/a
    Memory: 478MB RAM
    Hard Drive: 39 GB
    Video Card: RADEON IGP 320M
    Monitor: Generic Non-PnP Monitor
    Sound Card: Speakers (Conexant AC-Link Audio)
    Speakers/Headphones:
    Keyboard: USB Root Hub
    Mouse: USB Root Hub
    Mouse Surface:
    Operating System: Windows Longhorn edition Home Basic (6.0, Build 6001) Service Pack 1 (6001.vistasp1_gdr.090302-1506)
    Motherboard:
    Computer Case:

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    ^ well, check the windows vista hardware requirements, i suggest you to increase your RAM and install the windows vista SP2 x86. this will may solve your problem...

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    Its coz of u r less ram that u r having crashes in ur OS and make sure you have atleast 4gb of free space in OS drive..Add up more ram if that its possilble or add a cooler master lappy cooler its awesome ...

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    IMO. Ram is main problem :P My friend got vista on 512mb and it's freezing sometimes for like 5 seconds.

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