Not sure where you see I said Turn off Auto Updates as I never did.
Your system needs to be kept up to date with critical updates to the Windows itself.
Security updates from Microsoft fix holes in the system that could lead to lose of data and personal information.
I always turn on Automatic updates and know well its importance but I think you meant that i should not install any additional components until I'm sure that the programs I install are not the reason of my problem.
The highlighted statement alone tells me that there may be somethng physically wrong with the main drive. I still suggest you do Step Two to check the drives for any problems.
I do not think that there is something physically wrong with the main drive, the Drive start to freeze and do those stupid thing after a certain reboot otherwise it is working well.
I've formatted the OS drive and installed WINXP again and I'll start install programs by the order you wrote and will update it here
1. Realtek Audio Driver Checked
2. Nvidia GeForce Drivere Checked
3. FireFox 3.5 Checked
4. Winrar Checked
5. Spybot Search & Destroy and updated it Checked
6. Klite codec pack Checked
7. Tune Up Utilities 2009
8. Adobe Acrobat Reader (Drop this and get Foxit)
9. Daemon Tools but did not reboot and finish installation.
10. AVG Anti-Virus and updated it
I'll do step2 now before installing any other program.
Edited by Pico32, 11 August 2009 - 06:41 AM.