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Re:macintosh (Score:4, Funny) by SBrach ( 1073190 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @06:40PM (#26567987) Only if it has a hard drive. Yeah, I know you know. Get it now → STEP 2: Diagnose the hang Once you confirm the hang, the next step is to determine where its taking place. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:3, Funny) by jcuervo ( 715139 ) writes: Double woosh? http://placedroid.com/computer-freezes/system-pauses.html

Do this a few times just to make sure it's rebooted everything correctly.If this doesn't work, go online from another computer and buy a Mac or something from Dell. If the number of currently executing requests is growing, this can reliably tell you that requests are piling up ... This will generally be "Windows Authentication" in "AuthenticateRequest" or sometimes "Session" in "AcquireRequestState". A quick review of the prefetch directory, however, is a good indicator of which programs have been running. https://www.raymond.cc/blog/fix-for-very-slow-or-hang-when-right-click-on-a-file-or-folder/

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The funniest part, as we were laughing and using the CD to diagnose the computer, memtest86 on the disc revealed RAM to be their issue. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Check the HDD (Score:5, Informative) by gad_zuki! ( 70830 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @05:44PM (#26567253) Its also worth mentioning that you'll see disk Again, assuming that you don't have a nearly dead HDD and the chipset is supported in DMA mode.But heck, even in PIO mode, I've used Linux in PIO mode and I've Yeah, we all like Linux because it doesn't do annoying things like this, but the Windows desktop still reigns supreme in most managed LAN work environments.

  1. Use filemon to see whats going on.The asker should also look in the event log for any warnings or errors that started at the time of the slowness.He should also do
  2. Make sure to detach before closing the debugger, to avoid killing the process! .loadby sos clr .loadby sos mscorwks ~*e!clrstack .detach qq The output will show you the code where each
  3. meaning it can't be the cause, as it will defer to anything else on the system that needs process or IO time.
  4. Catch and fix errors, slow loads, memory leaks ...
  5. Hangs are fairly common for production applications, and can be incredibly frustrating to troubleshoot.

Individual processes will still run with only 4GB memory spaces. This eliminates the need to manually debug the hang, and performs much more precise analysis of the hang than is manually possible. For a laptop it can be up to 50...depends on what utilities are required to make your touchpad/buttons/wireless/etc work. - Start>Run> msconfig.exe and check your services. Memtest If you are taking a dump, just take two dumps 10 seconds or so apart.

While running any kind of program (from graphically intensive games to iTunes to even browsing youtube) I experience small jutters or freezes that last about half a second. Share twitter facebook linkedin That's totally easy! (Score:4, Insightful) by AlgorithMan ( 937244 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @06:43PM (#26568023) Homepage the diagnose is: the computer has the windows Taking the dump approach is usually faster and poses less impact to your production process, letting you analyze it offline. Re:Simplest answer (Score:5, Insightful) by bluefoxlucid ( 723572 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @06:15PM (#26567659) Journal If you've got everything backed up, that should be the quickest option. (Versus

Might want to try software like RootKitRevealer, or Blacklight. Crystaldiskmark Some do extended surface read-write-scans and offer options like disk erase etc. I went into my Power Savings Settings and modified the Minimum Processor State from 5% to 50%. The CPU "Maximum Frequency" keeps bouncing up and down, at about the same tempo as the surging lockups I'm experiencing.

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Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Check the HDD (Score:4, Funny) by Anonymous Coward writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @05:15PM (#26566731) But the best way is still to download Windows Optimizer 2009. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/822219/your-system-stops-responding,-you-experience-slow-file-server-performance,-or-delays-occur-when-you-work-with-files-that-are-located-on-a-file-server For first failure, choose Restart the service. Computer Freezes Every Few Seconds Windows 10 Sometimes they can switch into extra-paranoid mode and slow things down horribly. Computer Freezes For A Few Seconds Then Goes Back To Normal Nietzschecraft confirmed it.

Tool. his comment is here I just installed Antivirus 2009 and it says that Windows Optimizer 2009 is spyware!!! Share twitter facebook linkedin WTF: a new low for slashdot? (Score:4, Insightful) by citylivin ( 1250770 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @05:27PM (#26566957) slashdot: Individual personalized tech support?wtf kind Just tie it to an interrupt that regularly fires, and their code runs in an utterly transparent manner - something Windows also allows. Computer Freezes Randomly Windows 10

Check your event viewer (run: eventvwr) to see if there are any errors about bad blocks. I't brought my system to a crawl whenever I'd try to play World of Warcraft. I hope you have the non-SP version of XP, if not borrow it from someone who does have it. http://placedroid.com/computer-freezes/system-freezess.html After thorough search it seems somebody infected them with some kind of r Re: (Score:3) by phulegart ( 997083 ) writes: I wouldn't call geek squad for anything...

Now my system runs better than ever (after having defragged a dozen times, uninstalled every unnecessary process imaginable, and cleaned the exhast fans).Long story short - uninstall your virus software.Sincerely,A Chinese Chkdsk This will almost always be 0, or 1 because IIS threads almost never block. IIS hangs happen when all available IIS threads are blocked, causing IIS to stop dequeueing additional requests.

Has anyone ever successfully diagnosed this kind of issue?" And whether such a problem is related to malware or not, what steps would you take next?

share|improve this answer edited May 29 '15 at 20:53 answered May 29 '15 at 17:57 Ian R. You can add snap-ins that graph performance of many things. Others might not. Sfc /scannow Review the causes and fixes to all the issues you find...you're usually okay doing a fix all but I check them just in case (this is your registry after all...never hurts

You may want to check these links: Troubleshoot performance issues in Windows Windows Live Photo Gallery freezes, hangs or does not start Video freezes or crashes in Windows Media Player. Close Close Search 835 Comments Log In/Create an Account Comments Filter: All Insightful Informative Interesting Funny The Fine Print: The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Sorry (Score:5, Informative) by Yvan256 ( 722131 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @06:10PM (#26567595) Homepage Journal Congratulations, you just invented a new word [google.com]! http://placedroid.com/computer-freezes/system-freezeups.html I snapped at a co-worker, apologized, but now HR wants me to meet with her Can a bike have both rim and disc brakes?

Not sure if that helps, but kind of made me laugh to type it in. This is rare these days, because IIS request threads almost never block. The only decent one is perfmon; it's "Performance" under "Administrative Tools."Open it up, go down to the bottom, right click on the little window under the graph and choose "add counters." I usually tell them that they need 4 times as much RAM as they have.I think this is not your problem.

You may also want to consider a Windows Refresh or Reset. You may check out these free crapware removal software, that can help you identify these Craplets. 7. All they do is run the long self test. So I'm wondering if there's a few wizards out there that know what to look at.

You can do some serious damage to your computer by blindly following its advice. It seems every process decides to spike at once at random intervals. I noticed this on an offloaded pc I cleaned up to pass on. Share twitter facebook linkedin Check heatsinks and fans (Score:3, Informative) by Anonymous Coward writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @05:24PM (#26566905) Check the reported hardware (CPU...) temperatures, run the SMART tests

Would it be possible to detect traces of a civilisation after a world-shattering collision? This could be a tricky process but sometimes it works, but you need to reinstall all security patches after it runs. Windows not being slow is obviously flamebait. Hijack This! [download.com] should be able to be downloaded from http://www.download.com/Trend-Micro-HijackThis/3000-8022_4-10227353.html [download.com]Hopefully one of those two will show up.

Identify the code causing the hang. [LeaSentry only] Catch & diagnose hangs automatically. Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:The Case of the Slow System (Score:5, Funny) by pbhj ( 607776 ) writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @06:19PM (#26567713) Homepage Journal Has Mark Russinovich's wife They will generally all be stuck in the same module and stage, and often the same URL. Disclaimer: I also wrote LeanSentry's automatic hang diagnostics → Estimated time to reproduce: 1 - 5 days Estimated troubleshooting time: 3 hours Do you really have a hang?

Share twitter facebook linkedin Hmmmm. (Score:5, Informative) by SatanicPuppy ( 611928 ) * writes: on Thursday January 22, 2009 @05:14PM (#26566713) Journal Not a lot to Are there any better expessions?