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Run the program for atleast 1-2 hours (500-1000%) and see are there any errors. b). Troublesome drivers are normally a modem driver and sound driver. And explorer isn't crashing. Check This Out

My thought is that windows is the problem, but I can't figure out any more than that. Believe me, I know computers for many years and this is a performance problem. More than considerable, beyond the call of duty help I would describe it. In Internet Explorer 6: under Temporary Internet files, click Settings.

Again no result, as chkdsk found no errors in the drive's file system. Hope this helps.-- lindendavies AnonymousJul 18, 2005, 10:29 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain (More info?)lindendavies wrote:> As explorer.exe is a backbone of the windows XP system, there could be> many factors I think they have a utility on their [ATI] website that will completely remove their drivers from your system.

  1. I just don't know all the hidden tweaks of windows xp prof.
  2. BUT one glitch still persists which is hanging/not responding on shutdown and restart.With all the research Mark did for me, and a little I did myself; if I change print
  3. It will pay you to make sure you are using the latest drivers and see if things in prove.
  4. No.
  5. My only option at that point is "ctrl alt delete" & then "shut down" drop menu, "log off".

Click here to Register a free account now! I should probably not be using the PC when it's scannow is running.... 06-04-2009, 10:41 AM #7 Jerold Registered Member Join Date: May 2006 Posts: 100 OS: WinXP Probably after 2 years or so and 5-10 reinstallation cycles you just buy the next computer because you think then it must be better which won't happen. Therefore, many settings are in a way that work for most people.

If update.exe is still running & choking your system, you may need to stop it via the task manager. Just do this. So, make your post and wait for a response from a team member. check my blog Before the reinstallation I had generally about 60 processes.So your list more applies to your computer and what your are running in the background.

If you make an additional post, it will show as having 1 reply. Same manufacturer? Right, with the crashing, if it is not responding, it might not havecrashed. My guess, something has corrupted it, but how do I fix it.

After more then 20 years in computing I know a paging problem when there is one...Gerald AnonymousJul 20, 2005, 9:40 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain (More info?)Do yourself a favour then, original site RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows 7 (Solved) - Explorer.exe crashes on Win7 shutdown (7 posts) What sort of contractor (if any) should I call for this ceiling crack? Jun 2, 2007 #5 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies.

within the Windows XP Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. his comment is here Before starting a shutdown, I manually one-by-one closed down all running programs from the taskbar tray area. It may ask you for your XP CD - just insert it into the drive and let it do its thing. But, if in case I don't or I forget, and I don't post back within 24 hours, please PM me.

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As there was no valueable feedback on my issue I researched further and finally was able to get the system properly running again.> Yes you might have 20 years computer experience, Well, there must be some way to find crucial, performance-relevant configurations which help to find and tweak performance problems. Take it easy, -Coolfreak __________________ I subscribe to all threads I post in.

I do have a full system drive image backup that I made over a month ago on an external HD.

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