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#46
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No freezes since nearly 10 days. But, as always, a new freeze. Again when Chrome was opened. So, I will use FireFox from now on to see if Chrome is causing these issues. Just problems with this built.


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Try using HWMonitor with Chrome and see if it still freezes.


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I will test it as soon as possible but I made a new experience. FireFox doesn't freeze so far but generates graphical bugs. oO


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Don't worry I didn't forget it. I will wait two further weeks. I tested FireFox for more than 10 days without any freeze.


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:thumbsup:


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iammykyl,

 

Try using HWMonitor with Chrome and see if it still freezes.

Do you think this is still to do when FireFox works? I have no freezes with any other program, just with Chrome.


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Bump


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After changing to HWMonitor, does Chrome still freeze?

Takes some time, but you could try using clean boot to see if Chrome is not compatible with a program, (Chrome should be the first program you restart) > http://www.eightforu...indows-8-a.html


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So, just open HWMonitor and then trying to use Chrome? Are there any special settings needed or not? :)

 

Thanks


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No, Start HWMonitor, then Chrome and see if it freezes.

Start Core Temp, then Chrome, and see if that freezes. 


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I have now tested it some time with CoreTemp, no freezes. Tomorrow I will test it with HWMonitor.

 

But as I said at the beginning of the thread. Sometimes it worked for days without any freezes.


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see if we can get some info as what is causing the freeze.

In the run box, copy and paste eventvwr.exe   How to use, > http://www.howtogeek...-a-pro/lesson3/

Run the Realiabilty Monitor, How to use, > http://www.makeuseof...bility-monitor/


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Until now I hadn't any freezes, so I think it is finally solved.


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Thanks for the update Gerrit :thumbsup: .

If you get further problems, I think best to start a new topic as issues may not be related, and get fresh eyes from other members.

 

Good luck.  :rockon: 


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