Robert109 wrote:update,crash,crash,update,restart open itunes,freezes force shut down, update, install game, update,restart,freeze
Marrea wrote:os? not win 7 (never had that crash on me yet), but openSUSE 11.4
Rhakios wrote:Crumbs! Looks like a rough ride.
Boot in Single User Mode. You need to kill X anyway, as the nVidia driver won't install when it's running To get a proper working DE w/o the newvoo rubbish, try the VESA driver in your xorg.conf No 3D, but at least no freezes eitherMarrea wrote:I think the default nouveau driver is the culprit. As soon as I manage to get the nvidia driver installed it’s OK, but it’s a bit difficult to get it installed when the machine keeps freezing!
Dutch_Master wrote:You need to kill X anyway, as the nVidia driver won't install when it's running
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:Asus Terminators have a habit of locking up anyway. (at least the older models)
I have a fair number of applications installed, photo editing, video editing, music, MS Office, Nero, for example, but I’m just a home user so my needs are fairly basic, nowhere near the amount of stuff you must have!
On the whole, I think Win 7 is a pretty good os.
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:Our Windows 7 clients are OK most of the time, apart from the occasional blip, like last week after an update they all announced that they were "illegal copies" on boot up, then after a few minutes, announced that they were now activated!
Marrea wrote:I believe it's caused by update KB971033 - see article at http://www.brighthub.com/hubfolio/arun- ... 85449.aspx
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