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Computer is hanging, worse when trying to print, just got BSOD


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#1 AmyD10

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Posted 23 May 2018 - 12:58 PM

 
Response time is very slow with internet-based activities ( 10 seconds or so) and with printer/scanner (a minute or more, sometimes to the point that it times out).  I do not have this problem with my smart phone so I don't believe it's my internet speed that is the issue.  Yesterday my screen started going to sleep after a minute or so of inactivity although it is set to never. Today I got the BSOD however I was not able to snap a pic fast enough to get the error code. I remember it said something about memory. 
 
 
 

 

 

 

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#2 jcgriff2

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Posted 29 May 2018 - 03:13 PM

Hi. . .

You have 36 BSOD kernel memory dumps in the attached zip file, but none are recent -- they are all from 2017.

If it BSODs again, please re-run the Sysnative app in the BSOD Instructions and attach the zip to your next post.

As far as slowness goes, I suggest that you post in the appropriate Windows forum and ask for help.

Right now, there is nothing that I can do related to BSODs to help you.

Regards. . .

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