RE: New Install Lock Up
Mick. This is the third of your posts in which you act like a jerk. Relax,
you're here to help people, not judge them.
removing all peripherals as you suggested is pointless - they are not the
How much memory is the original poster running?
"Mick Murphy" wrote:
> I think you had better LEARN how to install a system.
> To install, remove ALL peripherals except monitor, Keyboard, Mouse.
> You set the BIOS to boot from CD/DVD with your disk in it; reboot and DELETE
> the old partition containing tha older version of Vista, then formatt, and
> Your post is gibberish! Reading it, you have it installed on 3 hard drives.
> It can be installed on 1 Drive at a time; LICENCE requirements
> "removethis" <"ryan(removethis)" wrote:
> > So I bought Vista back in Feb. I installed it on this system (32 bit)
> > and it's been running great ever since. I updated drivers as they come
> > out and such. So my boot up times have been pushing about 5 minutes so
> > I decided to reinstall Vista again (have a lot of useless crap on here)
> > and I installed it on another drive.
> > Well after the install my pc just randomly locks us for no apparent
> > reason. I installed all the updated drivers and it still just randomly
> > locks us. Sometime it takes a few minutes and sometimes it's just
> > instantly after windows boots. Since the only thing I've changed between
> > the installs from last Feb to now is the harddrive I tried another
> > harddrive and the same thing happens. I also tried installing 64bit
> > Vista and it locks up just as bad. I also tried unplugging all my usb
> > devices (printer, scanner, ipod, my mouse and keyboard are usb those
> > stayed plugged in) and still happens. I even did a memory check using
> > memtest86 and everything came out find with that.
> > I'm not exactly sure what's going on. I have a perfectly fine Vista
> > install (with exception of a lot of crap installed and long boot up
> > times, which is why i want a new install) that doesn't lock my pc up but
> > when I try a new one with a different drive it does. The lock up is
> > just that a lock up. Everything freezes and nothing response to
> > anything. No blue screen or anything.
> > My system is Quad Core Pc on a Nvidia i680 chipset with a Nvidia 8800GTX
> > and 4 gigs of memory. I also have a Xfi sound card. I'm installing this
> > on a 330gig seagate drive. My current drive that this is installed on
> > is a Seagate 160gig.
> > Does anybody have any suggestions? I'm just not sure what to do now.
> > Thanks for your help!
> > Ryan K