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System crash if I preform any mant. task while DL/UL

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February 7, 2011 5:05:27 PM

I recently built a new pc and it has run smoothly with the exception on this one issue. I am not sure the cause and I hoped someone could point me in the right direction. My pc will crash if I am downloading or uploading a file while simultaneously running maintenance programs such as anti virus scan, defrag, Malwarebytes, ect. I am wondering if the maint. program gets to the file being ul/dl and cannot access it so it causes a conflict? Its seems to be a windows crash and not a hardware issue since I do not receive a BSOD but rather it suddely reboots and tells me windows encountered a unexpected problem. My XP system does not have this issue. I can throw every maint. program at it while DL/UL and it never causes a problem. While not a critical issue it is a very annoying issue.


System:
Asus M4A87TD/USB 3
4Gigs G. Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9-2GBRL
AMD Athlon II Rana 445 Unlocked
Samsung Sprintpoint F3 1T
Gigabyte 6850
Antec EA-650 Power supply
Windows 7 64-bit


Thanks for the help!
a b B Homebuilt system
February 7, 2011 5:16:19 PM

What programs are you using for maintenance?
Are you using dl managers? if so what?
Are you dl files off an FTP or is this torrenting or something else?
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February 8, 2011 1:08:44 AM

banthracis said:
What programs are you using for maintenance?
Are you using dl managers? if so what?
Are you dl files off an FTP or is this torrenting or something else?



Programs that cause crashing so far are:

Adaware
Malwarebytes
Norton internet security 2010
defraggle

And my dl/uling is with utorrent.

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a b B Homebuilt system
February 8, 2011 1:18:44 AM

Well Norton + utorrent crashing is a known issue. Workaround would be to not use one of them.

doesn't explain the others though, and I'm not really a software guy.

My suggestion is to go into event viewer (just search for event viewer in search box in win 7) and head over to the windows 7 forum and see if anyone there can help.

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February 8, 2011 1:45:59 AM

banthracis said:
Well Norton + utorrent crashing is a known issue. Workaround would be to not use one of them.

doesn't explain the others though, and I'm not really a software guy.

My suggestion is to go into event viewer (just search for event viewer in search box in win 7) and head over to the windows 7 forum and see if anyone there can help.


Thank you banthracis. I will do that.
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February 8, 2011 1:46:13 AM

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