Re: Windows explorer keeps crashing
I'm overclocking my computer by over 30 %, and I had the explorer.exe crash, but because I had a partition problem, I made a reinstall. And since then I haven't had a single explorer crash, although my cpu is still overclocked. So this cannot be the (only) issue.
P. Di Stolfo
"Ken Blake, MVP" <firstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:email@example.com...
> On Sat, 7 Jul 2007 19:45:39 -0400, "Rick Rogers" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Hi Jard,
>> You know what the problem is, and the solution is obvious - don't overclock
>> the system. What exactly do you expect to gain by doing so? It's not like 15
>> years ago where overclocking gave you noticable performance increases. Vista
>> is sensitive to specifications, stay within them. Overclocking leads to
>> hardware faults that are not within tolerances. It's not a bug if the system
>> hardware is not running within manufacturer specs.
> I agree completely. Overclocking makes no sense at all. Unless you
> have the absolute fastest personal computer available, you can always
> get the same results as overclocking by spending a few extra dollars
> for a faster machine (and without the crashes, risks, etc.).
> Looking at it that way, overclocking is a way to save a few (very few)
> dollars and still get the greater speed. But it makes no sense to save
> so small an amount of money to run only a little bit faster and put
> your hardware and your data at risk.
> Ken Blake, Microsoft MVP Windows - Shell/User
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