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nvidia GeForce 9400 keeps causig my computer to freeze and stay forzen .

my computer just freezes and COMPLETELY stops responding (reset button also doesn`t respond have to unplug powersupply from socket )
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  1. Hello dear sir,
    I presume you are new here. Plase take a few minutes to read the forum rules here:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/19-73-forum-rules-read-first

    Your problem could be cause by many things: overheating, virus, bad components.

    first open you computer box and clean dust.

    second, boot in safe mode with networking and try to scan for viruses with roguekiller, adwcleaner, malwarebyte anti-malware, tdsskiller,

    If all clean, you might want to download temperature monitoring such as coretemp, speedfan, hwmonitor to check you temps

    What are your computer specs ?
  2. dextermat said:
    Hello dear sir,
    I presume you are new here. Plase take a few minutes to read the forum rules here:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/19-73-forum-rules-read-first

    Your problem could be cause by many things: overheating, virus, bad components.

    first open you computer box and clean dust.

    second, boot in safe mode with networking and try to scan for viruses with roguekiller, adwcleaner, malwarebyte anti-malware, tdsskiller,

    If all clean, you might want to download temperature monitoring such as coretemp, speedfan, hwmonitor to check you temps

    What are your computer specs ?


    yes all is clean and it`s not an overheat problem , because as the temperature is as the guy which i bought the graphics card has examined it and he said that it`s not overheating it`s heating normally

    as for the specs

    Motherboard : intel desktop board dg43rk classic series .

    CPU : intel dual core E5200 @ 2.50 GHz

    RAM 4GB ddr3 ( one is samsung and the other is unknown)

    HDD 160 GB Seagate SATA HDD still haven`t scanned it fore viruses
  3. Best answer
    Ali Abdallah said:
    dextermat said:
    Hello dear sir,
    I presume you are new here. Plase take a few minutes to read the forum rules here:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/19-73-forum-rules-read-first

    Your problem could be cause by many things: overheating, virus, bad components.

    first open you computer box and clean dust.

    second, boot in safe mode with networking and try to scan for viruses with roguekiller, adwcleaner, malwarebyte anti-malware, tdsskiller,

    If all clean, you might want to download temperature monitoring such as coretemp, speedfan, hwmonitor to check you temps

    What are your computer specs ?


    yes all is clean and it`s not an overheat problem , because as the temperature is as the guy which i bought the graphics card has examined it and he said that it`s not overheating it`s heating normally

    as for the specs

    Motherboard : intel desktop board dg43rk classic series .

    CPU : intel dual core E5200 @ 2.50 GHz

    RAM 4GB ddr3 ( one is samsung and the other is unknown)

    HDD 160 GB Seagate SATA HDD still haven`t scanned it fore viruses


    GPU's dying. Had the same problem with my 9600GSO and swapped it out with a different GPU and its gone
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