Re: Vista stops normal function when I run many programs at the sa
"Hooman" <Hooman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Thanks for your reply. Yes! The problem is due to GDI handles and the
> culprit is internet explorer! When it uses 5000 GDI+, the abnormal windows
> condition starts! The interesting thing is that by closing even all web
> pages, the number of the Iexplorer GDI objects does not change that much!
> I am forced to end Iexplorer task in task manager sothat the system gets
> to normal working conditions. This definitely should be a bug in vista. As
> mentioned earlier, I don't have this problem in windows XP pro.
> Is there anything that I can do to fix the problem??
> Thanks in advance.
> I forgot to mention in my first post that I have vista home premium
> installed in my system and it is completely updated.
> "Fat *******" wrote:
>> Sounds like you are out of either Desktop Heap or GDI handles. Most
>> you have a program that is leaking them or is using a ton of them for
>> reason and you end up running out. Under normal circumstances, you would
>> have a very hard time opening enough windows to run out of either. If you
>> open Task Manager, you can add the column for GDI Handles and see if
>> something is using a bunch. Desktop Heap is a lot harder to troubleshoot,
>> cross your fingers that it is GDI handles and not heap.
>> "Hooman" <Hooman@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > Hi!
>> > I have a dual core desktop computer (CPU 6420, RAM: 2Gig ddr2, VGA:
>> > Nvidia
>> > Geforce 7600 GT 256 MB Ram). When I run many programs at the same time
>> > or
>> > open many web pages, windows stops to act normally. That is, right
>> > click
>> > does
>> > not work, more programs cannot be run, new windows cannot be opened and
>> > likewise. The problem solves when I close some of the opened web sites
>> > or
>> > close some of the running programs. I have a huge amount of memory and
>> > when I
>> > look at my memory in windows task manager, only 50-60% of physical ram
>> > is
>> > being used during this abnormal windows condition.
>> > I do not have such a problem in windows XP pro. (I have 2 OS in my
>> > system)
>> > Can anyone help? Is this a vista bug or what?
>> > Thanks in advance.
My neighbour has had these issues too, we could not figure it out until I
saw this post. LOL he could not be bothered to look into a fix and just
switched to Firefox.
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Read this instead.