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Can Mage Hand wield a Shield? I tried to virus check but the virus check (Norton 2006) would crash every time I tried to do a full check. VIC May 25, 2007 9:35 PM After turning off everything that comes on automatically or timered, screensaver was the ultimate culprit. Your MFT structure gets bigger and bigger over time. Source

Try error checking the drive. Try running the Win-XP utility scandisk. Was the disk extremely fragmented before? When I opened it up it was cruddy.

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On Thu 3/19/2009 4:22:58 AM your computer crashed This was likely caused by the following module: ntoskrnl.exe Bugcheck code: 0x10000050 (0xFFFFFFE9, 0x1, 0x805266AA, 0x0) Error: Unknown file path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\ntoskrnl.exe product: Microsoft® Wasd231 BSOD, App Crashes And Hangs 7 01-07-2012 06:37 PM [SOLVED] Vista BSOD still, after Reinstall Hi, just asking for some help here. Altho I guess you'd get an error for that, I'm not sure.

Ask Leo! - How do I fix a cyclic redundancy check error when I try to copy a file? I sometimes had that problem in Windows '98 and if I ran advanced Scan Disk it would fix any problems and/or allow me to delete fragmented files, then Scan Disk would My computer always crashes with a blue screen. "drive Fitness Test" Share the link here, I will do an attempt to find and show you the cause of your problem.

However the problem with defragmenting and the disk check persists. Disk Defragmenter Windows 7 Stuck Hitting the windows key enables the system to operate again until the next time it freezes –Jason Martin Nov 1 '10 at 22:51 Could it be a problem with However XP does not have this feature. have you got partitions on your harddrive?

by strickjh2005 / January 19, 2005 10:39 AM PST In reply to: P.S. Defraggler Download "puppy 2.16.1 seamonkey fulldrivers.ISO". as you can see i have a lot of stuff on thiis poor little 200 gig harddrive ( not to mention the 11.5 gig that is still sitting on C drive) Back to top #3 serioussix serioussix Advanced Member Advanced Member 614 posts Location:on high chair Posted 15 February 2005 - 12:11 PM hi maac74, i am only going to be partially

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Restart the machine Check for viruses and other malware first. The standby/hibernation/screensaver stopped crashing the computer after this, and I was careful not to upgrade to firefox 3.6 again just in case, staying with the version I was on but still Disk Defragmenter Stuck At Pass 1 use a program such as sequoia view, ( a free ware program, downloadable from) http://www.win.tue.nl/sequoiaview/ that allows you to see easily what is taking up the space on your hard drive, A Fragmented File Has Frozen Systems No Man's Sky The Internet is so big, so powerful and pointless that for some people it is a complete substitute for life.Andrew Brown (1938-1994)Don't let BleepingComputer be silenced.

Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? http://infiniglobalnet.com/disk-defragmenter/defrag-windows.html Windows seems to just collect junk and dustbunnies over time and it just chokes up the works no matter how clean you try to keep things. Both times it crashed on 66% of verifying file data (4 of 5) -SFC typed in run: the black box flashes up but then disappears so fast you can hardly see Back to top #12 klugy klugy Member Members 206 posts Posted 17 February 2005 - 11:37 AM If your running XP you may want to delete all but the most resent Windows 7 Disk Defragmenter Stuck Analyzing

I don't know if it is any help but it worked for me. By "logical" I mean a corruption of the data on the disk, like the directory entries or the disks lists of areas that aren't in use. Later it shut down when Spybot was running. http://infiniglobalnet.com/disk-defragmenter/defrag-system.html Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Defrag freezes by k4cdm / January 20, 2005 6:40 PM PST In reply to: Defrag freezes I find that being on cable modem

Although most of that can otherwise be reached by simply researching and learning. –Tom Wijsman Jan 5 '12 at 11:40 However, feel free to ask a question on the which brings me to the question i asked near the start, have you got partitions on your hard drive? It worked fine and everytime after I would automatically turn things off and had no more problems.

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You will never have that problem again. If it still fails to complete you should replace the hard drive before it dies on you. The percent complete that Chkdsk displays during stage 5 is the percent of unused clusters that are checked. If it crashes it's probably a problem with the disk's data.

Process Explorer Process Monitor Task Manager I will then make sure all the drivers are up to date, same with anti-virus, windows update and other critical applications such as web browsers, Disk Defrag Sometimes I will clear out their web browser history and cookies and also clean out their temp folders. If however you still getting problems after following this, please say and I will try to help further. Check This Out Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers.

Can that be fixed? This is how you burn it to cd to make a bootable cd. What is your opinion of it? If it still failed, I would next run the System File Checker to make sure that the files that comprise Windows itself are intact.

I also stopped the computer going onto standby or hibernating. Same for when I try to defrag this disk. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. by MobileTech / January 26, 2005 12:59 AM PST In reply to: Now remove the case cover...

Used clusters typically take longer to check than unused clusters, so stage 4 lasts longer than stage 5 on a volume with equal amounts of used and unused clusters. I thought of something else while i was out walking the dog but can't think what is was now(¿) I'll get back when I remember Back to top #6 serioussix serioussix Once your machine has completed booting back into Windows, try to defragment again. "My first step would be to run CHKDSK." If it still fails, I would next re-run the CHDSK