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#1 bloker

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 06:45 PM

I have 24 gigs of ram, i7CPU @3.20. does this OS utilise all that ram? because if so, why is does it lock up? I would expect that sort of power to easily multi task with no power glitches or freezes.

I dont have any malware or suchlike on board either. I am very unimpressed with 64 bit windows 7. Does anyone else have similar experiences or issues?

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Posted 02 February 2012 - 08:37 PM

Does anyone else have similar experiences or issues?
because if so, why is does it lock up?

Hi -
Is this a general Win7 question or more related to a make or model ?? The "lock up" question seems to be the main problem.
Most Win7 users (64bit versions) seem to have no problems with this system.

Is this a "standard unit" or a home made special, that may have been put together to meet some persons needs ??
There seems to be a faulty module some where. Is it new or 2 - 3 years old now ??

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Posted 03 February 2012 - 05:41 AM

Does anyone else have similar experiences or issues?
because if so, why is does it lock up?

Hi -
Is this a general Win7 question or more related to a make or model ?? The "lock up" question seems to be the main problem.
Most Win7 users (64bit versions) seem to have no problems with this system.

Is this a "standard unit" or a home made special, that may have been put together to meet some persons needs ??
There seems to be a faulty module some where. Is it new or 2 - 3 years old now ??

Thank You -


Definitely not a "home made special" built by PcSpecialist a very good computer building company over here, Ithink windows 7 64 is a resource hog basically and uses a lot to run itself. I have service pack 1 also.

There are no component/hardware issues. I note from your signiture that you use XP.

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Posted 03 February 2012 - 05:59 AM

There are no component/hardware issues. I note from your signiture that you use XP.

Keep reading - - -, as my other computer is a Win7 SP1 that runs very well -

I know nothing of PcSpecialist company, but I would take it directly back to them.
You have software or hardware problems and you may have installed a garbage program, or there is a hardware problem.
If this computer has "always" been a problem then PcSpecialist need to fix your problem -

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Posted 03 February 2012 - 07:07 AM

There are no component/hardware issues. I note from your signiture that you use XP.

Keep reading - - -, as my other computer is a Win7 SP1 that runs very well -

Home Premium not Prof is that 32 bit my machine was fine with that on it.


I know nothing of PcSpecialist company, but I would take it directly back to them.

Well you would not, its an english company http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/

You have software or hardware problems and you may have installed a garbage program, or there is a hardware problem.
If this computer has "always" been a problem then PcSpecialist need to fix your problem -

Yes I do have software problems its called Windows 64 bit very helpful thank you.

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Posted 03 February 2012 - 07:09 AM

How long have you had this operating problem ?
Are you aware they operate their own Forum for their computer problems ??
http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/forums/

Edited by noknojon, 03 February 2012 - 07:12 AM.





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