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XP Home Freezing Problem (I'm going insane!)


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Open Registry Editor and navigate to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\NetBT and click on TransportBindName

What is the value of this key?
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i messed somethin up ...i cnt connect back into Live Help
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Install the tcp ip again and enable it.
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it is enabled....i accidentally uninstalled the 1st one ='(
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Edited by Will W., 17 December 2006 - 05:06 PM.

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Click Start, then Run, type regsvr32 jscript.dll and press "Enter".

Then reboot.
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wellllllllllllllllllll it froze again
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Here is what could be happening..

Your PSU isn't giving enough power and causing a freeze.

OR:

Your MOBO may have burned out capicators.
http://blog.case.edu...19/dsc00056.jpg

Also, check for burnt marks on the mobo. It is unlikely you do though..
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is there any way to fix it if the pcu isnt giving enough power??? besides buying new parts i mean
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Well you can always buy a power supply tester to see if thats the cause..its around 10-20 bucks..
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In order to buy you some time, have you tried reducing the level of Hardware Acceleration on your graphics card ?

Right click on your desktop, Properties, Settings, Advanced, Troubleshoot and then move the 'Hardware Acceleration' slider to None.

I don't advocate that this is a fix but in my experience it is allowing me to use my computer while I wait for replacement capacitors to arrive since I have the "bulging capacitor" problem which is probably the root cause of my freezing.....but that's another story.
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Download and run BurninTest from here (free for 30 days). Run a comprehensive test of your hardware. If the test doesn't show voltages download and install Everest home edition which you can download from here. (Run Everest > computer > sensor. You will find there voltages and temperatures if your motherboard can read such data).
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