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Windows' "Please Wait" icon opens and sys freezes till it closes


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#1 SWV IV

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Posted 22 May 2013 - 07:24 PM

Aways rite after booting up and at some other time, both for no known reason the Windows icon pops up saying please wait - while that warning is on the screen, the whole screen; Background, Icons, everything turns to shades of gray or a Black and White video set-up.

 

Can anyone tell me why and what can i do to fix it?  Thanking you inadance for your kind assistance.

 

I have three versions of System Information, but for the purpose of this quesion I am pasting the Video portion:

 

Monitor.exe
                    Process ID    2872
                    User    Samuel W. Velsor IV
                    Domain    VELSOR-LAPTOP
                    Path    C:\Program Files\IObit\Advanced SystemCare 6\Monitor.exe
                    Memory Usage    1.69 MB
                    Peak Memory Usage    8.51 MB

 

Graphics
        Monitor 1
            Name    Plug and Play Monitor on Intel 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
            Current Resolution    1024x768 pixels
            Work Resolution    1024x768 pixels
            State    Disabled, Output devices support
            Multiple displays    Disabled
            Monitor Width    1024
            Monitor Height    768
            Monitor BPP    32 bits per pixel
            Monitor Frequency    60 Hz
            Device    \\.\DISPLAY1\Monitor0

 

Intel 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
            Device ID    8086-3582
            Revision    3
            Subvendor    Dell (1028)
            Current Performance Level    Level 1
            Current Performance Level    Level 1
            Driver version    6.14.10.4396
                Count of performance levels : 1
                    Level 1
                Count of performance levels : 1
                    Level 1
        Intel 82852/82855 GM/GME Graphics Controller
            Device ID    8086-3582
            Revision    3
            Subvendor    Dell (1028)
            Current Performance Level    Level 1
            Current Performance Level    Level 1
            Driver version    6.14.10.4396
                Count of performance levels : 1
                    Level 1
                Count of performance levels : 1
                    Level 1

 



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#2 jhayz

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Posted 24 May 2013 - 09:11 AM

Hi SWV !

 

Can you post a little information regarding the computer model and what issues or changes that could have led to the problem? Have you tried running it in safemode if the problem persist?


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