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Sorry if I did not made that clear.I read about Hyper-V here: http://www.winsupersite.com/article/windows8/broken-windows-8-release-preview-freeze-workaround-143550 Reply concerned reader October 25, 2012 at 10:49 pm # Interesting. Here's a fun fact: if you actually had 10 to the 63rd copies of a Windows' disk, the mass of these disks would exceed that of the largest theoretical black hole please help me Agustino Thank you very much, I would have never thought of that mahmoud Hey! Not "of".

location: microsoft.com - date: September 23, 2012 With the previous Windows 7 Enterprise x64/Windows 7 Professional x64 it does contain multiple diferent sound schemes that all do work when deployed! I did... After 3 hours of downloads, installation and configuring, it stopped at 75%. This typically stops after about a second of looping.

Windows restarts well in time but it takes 2-3 mins to sign in into it . Lhaydii finally I think I found something that would really work , I hope it will work ( keeping my fingers cross) but after reading your positive comment I know it Or you can dual boot: http://www.askvg.com/tip-dual-boot-between-windows-10-and-your-existing-windows-78-1-os/ http://www.askvg.com/how-to-perform-clean-installation-of-windows-10/ Robbo_J VG, How does this get me around the system crash when Windows 10 decides to do an upgrade and Restart? pambudi didn't work for me, i can restart but not shut down even on linux.

I've been battling this problem for 3 days including spending 3 hours on the phone with Dell's technical support team who were not able to solve the problem! That is- Ascribing animal traits to non animals Is 'source'-ing a vim file simlar to 'include' in other languages? System Manufacturer/Model Number Acer Aspire 5920 OS Windows 8.1 professional x64 + WMC CPU Core 2 duo T5550 Motherboard ACER CHAPALA Memory 4GB DDR2 Graphics Card Intel GMA X3100 Screen Resolution Hope this helps.

The memory is set to the proper voltage and timings, even with the BIOS setting set to "Auto." I haven't been able to reproduce the problem on command. I believe linux mint, knoppix and many other popular linux distros can run 'live'. Some applications can still be started (office apps) other apps have the same behaviour as the Chrome app. sebaz_ri You could also disable this by running "powercfg -h off" in cmd as administrator but this will disable hibernate feature as well Razib bro, thnx a lot......

I have removed all usb devices. Press WIN+R keys together to launch RUN dialog box and then type powercfg.cpl and press Enter. I try restarting several times, and eventually Windows will load, but then the problems start all over again. &n video help | post reply | read more Windows 8 Tablets... I took out the 2x2GB sticks, and put the 2x4GB in DIMM 2/4.I also had my video card plugged into the 2nd PCI-E slot (for space reasons) but moved it to

No log-screen freezes yet, so that may be part of the problem solved. Check This Out Didn't have it before. and it won't boot up! The attached file is also missi video help | post reply | read more Windows 8 resets everytime I shut down location: microsoft.com - date: May 25, 2013 I just installed

How old is the computer? This is a single boot OS. My Computer OS: Win10 Tech Preview Quote linw View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Posts : 1,348 win 10 Insider New 01 Apr 2015 #6 Good hunting, greybat! http://themenage.com/windows-8/windows-8-installation-reboot-loop.html Some suggest either turning bluetooth on (?) or googling for 'ShellEx' and using that to disable any display's 'context menu', then choosing options>refresh explorer, but that only works as a temporary

Many Thanks, Jay Robbo_J VG, Merry Christmas. I thought I would post an update! (I'm on build 10074 now.) I've now determined that the problem occurs after the computer goes into sleep, hibernation or is shut down. Restarts continue to be successful until system is shut down or sleeps.

Then I went back to the original configuration; "Turn of fast start-up (recommended)".

Bhavya I have a problem with my notebook. So certain things don't work like opening or closing applications but the cursor can still be moved. Some modern computers cannot boot from a usb stick though, so it's probably easier to burn to dvd. Claudia I have a Windows 8 lenovo.

I have tried every fix I could find on the net. However, the freezes have gotten a bit farther apart today. I ran (cmd.exe) as an administrator, then it would allow me to access the boot log, then I typed in your command bcdedit.exe /set disabledynamictick yes and it works now. have a peek here I have updated windows and it still does it.

At night I shut down and the next day upon restarting everything is back at a 'almost nothing' state. Aayush My HP pvillion laptop is facing a problem of very slow shutdown, startup&restart although it runs great once it starts . In any case, when Win10 is finally released (and if I choose to use it in a "production" situation), I may revert to my backup favourite: Second Copy. My Computer You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

Can't find your answer ? but not really. SSMS version number Ensuring genetic diversity in a small colony, by using artificial insemination? I did not have this problem with Windows 7.

However, when entering BIOS>boot, I noticed that the "fast boot" option was still enabled there, as well as a few other things that involved booting. How fast would a sword need to be to avoid getting blood on it? You click the icon and nothing happens. Graham My Computer You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

Now finally fixed, thank you for the information. I turned AHCI mode on for all SATA controllers, TRIM ( for the SSD ) is enabled. After a few minutes it was frozen. If there are too many more builds, I won't have any services running at all.

If the command in the command prompt (admin) doesn't work, shall I come back here? I tried all the buttons for restart that I could find but nothing.