Originally Posted by LukaszR
welcome to the forums.
Could it be your power saving features. Try to disable any power saving options in windows or with the manufactures software. See what happens....
It also could be the RAM. Try to pull one of the ram sticks out, and see if it continues to freeze on you.
hahahah I wish I knew how to do all that ... on a laptop...
Power saving options I'm just guessing snoop around desktop>properties and such ......... I got a bunch of bs running too when I check the task operations.... pisses me off!!! I only want Anti-virus and basic computer functions to be on there