I have a three month old HP Pavilion a1624 , 250GB HD and 1GB memory, with WinXP Media Center Edition 2005, with ZAPro, NAV 2007 and use Firefox 2.0 (I get the same problem using Firefox and IE6). I connect to the internet through a wireless network to cable modem. When surfing internet sites things go good for a while then it hangs up. When I click a shortcut or type in a url it starts to go then stops. The active browser icon turns back to just a pointer and when I do the ALT-CTRL-DEL, the task manager indicates, in two separate lines entries, that the program is not responding. I select End Task and at that point I can't connect to any site. I reboot and everything goes normal for a while then, boom, the same thing happens. This happens about every hour or so of use. I have tried running an ethernet cable directly from my PC to the router, but still have the problem. Other PCs on the wireless network have no problem.
I am running XP SP2 with all current updates installed. Sometime after Windows Update performed an update, I noticed that when I try to run Search (Start, Search), the search app freezes after I type in the file search criteria and click the "search" button". Attempting to close the application results in "this program not responding." and ultimately "You chose to end the nonreponsive program, Windows Explorer." Please Tell Microsoft about this problem. We have created an error report... [Send Error Report] [Don't Send] This is identical to a problem reported on 3/1/2005 but doesn't appear to have a resolution.
No one, even Compaq, can figure this problem out. Most times this happens when I am opening IEXPLORER or sometimes it just seems to happen after it's open. I will attempt to open IEXPLORER and my mouse will hang (stop responding) for about a second, then jump back into action. Say like opening up the web browser, and moving your mouse around in a circle, it stops even though you are still moving it. It also does this just when NOTHING is open on the desktop. Just stops for about a second, then springs back.
Whenever I surf the net and click on a link on a webpage twice or more, windows will not respond.The other websites that I open all do not respnd too.Previously I do not have this problem,Only recently then I encounter such a problem.Then I ve to restart internet explorer all over again and all opened websites were gone just like this.It is very frustrating!May i know what went wrong?I am using windows XP Pro serv pack 2 and running on Intel pentium 3 processor,801 MHz,256MB of ram.
we were using the computer last night all was normal (running very smoothe & fast) get up this morning and turn on the computer log into windows. come upto the desktop click in IE and nothing happens. so i look in the system tray and nothing but the clock is there. weird i think to myself. so i click on start and it doesnt come up, its liek the computers response tme is cut by 99.9%. finally after about 15 minutes start window pops up. i click on control panel (to get to admn tool >event viewer) and after i click on control panel the start window disappears adn nothing ever happens. i religiously run spyblaster , adaware , spybot search&destroy, registry mechanic , and check windows update everyday. i run panda for AV program and it is set to auto update.
I am running an old dual celeron 1.13 ghz machine with windows xp. I just reinstalled xp, and installed sp3 after installing windows installer 3.1. Right mouse click on folders on desktop or in windows explorer hangs the application. On the desktop I have been just shutting down, and when I do it to rename or in explorer I can stop process
Several times a day when trying to open certain sites I get a pop-up telling me "This program is not responding" - I have no idea why this happens, it isn't just one program - it could be anything. Does anyone know why this is happening and what can be done about it.
I really need a help here. About two days ago I was trying to improve the speed of my system. I think I have delete an important file. My curent problem is that When I rightclick a desktop icons I only get an hour glass, the system stops responding to any thing. The only way out of it it to either log off or shut down and restart.When I open the recycle bin though it appears full on the desktop icon I could not see any item on it.If I try do delete, move this folder or any of the command on the left file/folder task pane I only get hour glass. The only way out of it is ctrl+alt+del, task manager (program not responding) end task.
As the title states, whenever I right click on a file, beit on the desktop or in a folder somewhere, it can take anywhere between 10 and 20 seconds before I can click on "Delete" or "Rename". When I try clicking on one of the two, my CD drive (or hard drive?) starts spinning and it won't let me click on my desired action until it's up to its "cruising speed" in RPM.
I need to use the "control-alt-delete" to end a program that is hung-up and not responding and I then get the dialog box asking me if I want to send a message to Microsoft telling them about the problem. First of all, is there really any reason to send this message, and if not, how can I prevent this dialog box from showing up again?
I used the windows xp home edition disk to reformat my computer. i also installed the chipsets and drivers for the motherboard (hoping its done right) and i had a couple of other cds, one being 'ATI CATALYST driver suite' which i dont really know what to do with and another for a pci modem. They came with the computer but i think you need to know about how the computer works to know what to do with them. Well anyway my programs such as windows media player, outlook express, search.... etc.
When shutting down my computer, I get a box that pops up and says program not responding C:documents/settings (that's the most I can see.. I can't see the whole path name). When I click on the end now, the error goes away and the computer shuts down properly. I looked in the task manager to see if anything was running and I didn't see anything and all programs look to be shut down before I tried to shut the computer down. I have Windows XP and I don't understand why something in C:documents/setting would be doing this.
I have recently had Explorer ,Mozilla thunderbird,Hijack this etc not opening and the error message "This program is not responding ......"Click end now to end program .There is alot of hang time and then sometimes it all works like it should.To get Hijack to do log below I had to try 8 times before error message did not appear.I have run up to date Adaware pro , Norton Anti virus , Moosft The Cleaner and all clear(did have trojan Lodear but removed all threats.Pepper mill sometimes hangs on middle of screen for 5 mins before I can do anything.Have done a restore point but has not helped.Feel something in background clashing but not sure how to find it ??? Although I leave on most of the time computer takes an age to re boot ...dont feel like doing format but wonder if that is solution.
When I log off, a window appears called "Device10 Notification Window", or maybe "Device IO Notification Window". After this window runs for a while, a Program Not Responding error occurs. This started last night, after uninstalling Yahoo Widgets.
I have Internet Explorer 7 for browser use outlook express for mail and XP is my Operating System. My daughter has XP and uses Sea Monkey for browser and mail program. I, my daughter and other people have commented that at different times their computers and mine all freeze and you get a program not responding message. In a matter of seconds or maybe a minute it clears and everything resumes as before slow down. All different computers, XP for Oerating System etc. and we all experience the slow down. Any comments on this. Could it be XP.I had some problems with Internet Explorer 7 at first but after some experience with it I'm satisfied with it.
I am having a problem with my computer. Recently, a friend went on my computer and installed some games. He might have done some other things cause ever since that day, any time I try to shut down windows, a message comes up telling me a program named "Sample" is not responding. I have to click the "End Now" box at the bottom and another identical message pops up. I click the button again and then everything shuts down normally. Does anyone have any clues on how to fix this problem?
I have had several customers who have had shutdown problems. The error message offers 2 choices: "End Now" and "Cancel." I think this is caused by part of the program being stuck in memory, but I'm not sure memory leak? more RAM, adjust VM or disk cache, ...??
I recently used CDBurnerXP Pro 3 to write an iso image on the HDD. The progress bar jumped to something like 27% and was apparently frozen.Thinking something was wrong, I tried to terminate the program by ctrl+alt+del and the window opened up with the status message "not responding". But the "end task" refused to terminate the CDBurnerXP...The HDD lamp was glowing. The final observation was that the iso image was successfully written.I have repeated the process and my observation on 2 different computers is the same - the progress window jumps to some %age completed and freezes, CDBurnerXP is writing the image to the HDD, but the status window shows the program "not responding".
Sometimes when a program is not responding, I try to close it, but it just can't. I hit ctrl-alt-del and try to close it using the task manager, wait for a long time, and I see it is still there. I can't even re-start the windows because it is stop at the freezed program. I need to hard start the computer in order to get away of it.Sometimes even a program can be killed, some of the icons in the system tray is gone. Is it something wrong with the Windows XP? or is it normal?
Occasionally, I will go through the Shutdown procedure and, not wanting to wait the time it takes to be sure it actually shuts down, I will walk away only to find it still on hours later with a message on the screen "This Program is not Responding", with an available "End Now" button.Sometimes, it is more than just one program. I'll click on the End Now button and another will pop up within a fraction of a second or a few seconds with the same message.Is there a utility that will shut down Windows and/or give an end-now answer to these monolog boxes?The programs that are giving me these problems are too valuable to my work and too valuable to change--and in some cases cannot be replaced. All are designed for Windows 2000 or later and the problem happens on Windows 2000, Windows XP Home and Windows XP Pro on multiple desktop machines and my new Compaq laptop.
having a problem with the add remove programme feature on xp.For the past 18 months its been fine but clicked on the tab this morning and nothing won't display any list of installed programmes. Did a rollback to a week ago when it was ok, but still nothing
Recently I've noticed that when I shut down and reboot my desktop computer, there is a program that is not responding to the shutdown command and I have no idea what this program is, where it came from, whether it is spyware, virus, trojan, etc. I am running Windows XP Home edition and the name of the program is this: 7801a2f0-bfbd-40f4-9a8c-06b91134573d I have tried to Google it without any success. If anyone knows what this program is or where it came from, whether or not it is needed on my computer, etc., I would be interested to hear about it.
Tried 4 times in a row to open MSN Messenger and got no response. Windows task manager showed only one other program that I had open at the time. So I decided to reboot and see if that helped. While shutting down I got "end program" 4 times in a row. Not sure if this is a big deal. Is something lurking somewhere that might be causing this?
In my Windows xp pro, I had TV tuner card installed, which used to work properly. But, now whenever I try to use this program I get the message the program is not responding or the program has encountered an unexpected error and has to close down. what's wrong with the program and how do I correct it.