The monitor’s not the problem. Me, too, I have the same problem but this time, is when I go to online games and some games stop responding and the sound in the speakers like an helicopter sound when the game stop responding. When I replaced my old monitor with a new one I have not had a single error message or even a blue-screen error This is a problem that’s been going on for years, and no one knows how or why. This thread is locked.
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Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. I’m having the same issue except I am running Win7 Ultimate and my error message says the drivers for Vista stopped working In reply to Jacob Masse’s post on May 3, Anastasia Replied on May 16, In reply to Dayjman’s post on January 28, I contorller experiancing exactly untel same problem with my Toshiba U model.
Solutions offered here are no help. In reply to win7guy’s post on June 20, I have the same error when I try to play Battlefield 3 on PC.
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In reply to ElaineGarris-Rupert’s post on November 21, Sorry this didn’t help. Me, too, Controloer have the same problem but this time, is when I go to online games and some games stop responding and the sound in the speakers like an helicopter sound when the game stop responding.
Very disappointed as it appears this has been an issue for awhile with no fix.
I was running a new install of Win-7 Pro bit for about 18 months. I updated my Vidfo and all went away, I also heard that you could try lowering you graphics gpu voltage by on click wich I think is.
The monitor’s not the problem. Tell us about your experience with our site. I adjusted a video memory setting in BIOS 3 days ago and didn’t have any hangs until this morning.
Did a clean install of operating system back in April and have been having this problem ever since. I think I have the answer to this problem: How satisfied are you with this response? Previous 1 2 3 4 Next.
Did this solve your problem? When I replaced my old monitor with a new one I have not had controlelr single error message or even a blue-screen error This thread is locked.
I read somewhere what happens sometimes is when too many windows get opened the video circuits get overloaded and that causes the hang time problem.
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This is a problem that’s been going on for years, and no one knows how or why. In reply to Anastasia’s post on May 16, I don’t have vista Before I got around to installing any applications, I was just catching up with e-mail and searching for a camera accessory on the internet, and my system froze. I have the same question I have had my monitor now for three months! Replied on May 31, My system was running fine for 18 months; never had this problem.
I also insatall latest driver for graphics but nothing work for me, so please if some one have solution of this, please replay me at my email id: