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Hi all, this is blowing my mind...

I have a problem thats killing me cos im not sure what causes it. So this is what happens:
I can do everything without a problem, except when im loading something on the internet, doesnt metter if its a download or a youtube video, it freezes randomly while loading/downloading, im not sure but i think it started to happen since windows updated to service pack 1.

I tried everything, changed all possible drives and updates, tried SP 1 hotfix for freezing, formated and reinstalled Windows (already with SP1, couldnt get one without SP 1), turned off firewalls, removed antivirus.

Forget to mention, when it freezes the sound gets static, playing the same millisecond repeatedly, i cant move the mouse or use the keyboard, only way to go back is to force restart, but sometimes it comesback, everything goes back to normal.
And i can play videogames pushing it hard and nothing happens.

My pc is an ASUS k50iD with Windows 7 Home Premium 64x Service Pack 1

Hope you can help, tnkx

Edited by beerox, 13 March 2012 - 06:33 PM.

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Have you tried using a different browser like firefox? Also check your content setting in IE (if that's what your using)and maybe lower the setting to allow more content. Many websites use push type programs that can affect your browser. See if you can update your sound programs on the computer. It may be a driver problem.

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yes, i tried firefox, google chrome and ie, same things happens, i think its related to internet connection somehow, but im just not sure. Maybe its hardware, anyway its on warranty and its going back to Asus to be fixed. Im just afraid its gonna comeback exactly the same cos thats what normally happens with this kind of problem.
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