Win7 really sucks badly.....
PC World - About six months ago I wrote a post on fixing a Windows 7 system that randomly freezes. Since then I've heard from lots of readers (some of whom were scratching their heads over a mistake in the print edition, which left out the link to the actual fix), leading me to believe this is a pretty widespread problem.
So today I wanted to share a note from Paul, who tried the Microsoft hotfix on his Windows 7 system, but had no luck: his HP continued to freeze at random times. Paul didn't say what prompted him to do so, but he tried a rather unconventional workaround--and it worked.
"The idea," he says, "is to delay the signals from the keyboard significantly longer than the mouse and other USB devices to prevent any race conditions. To accomplish this, I just attached an extra USB hub to the keyboard cable to increase the electrical delay."
Sounds weird, I know, but Paul says he hasn't had one lockup since implementing this solution. I have no concrete evidence this will work for anyone else, but if you're at your wits' end with system lockups and you've tried everything else, there's no harm in giving this a whirl. Any inexpensive USB hub should do.
>>cite one lie>>
I could cite a hundred of your lies except they are mostly the same lie just additional instances
the latest lie you have tried to make stand up was that IE had a bug which was causing it to freeze up- when IE had nothing to do with the freeze up and those junk machines couldnt run DOS 5 without freezing up - additionaly the junk anti virus software was possibly at fault also- instead of acknowledging these facts you spat out your usual lie that it was IE's fault
crybaby go get your diaper changed because thats what you are a crybaby
most pre adolescents behave in a more mature manner than you do
>>Right, and that's what you do. That's why I called you that. Glad you are catching on.>>
every time you open your mouth you belch forth a lie about Microsoft now go have your mother changer your diaper or something
If you think you can rewrite to a ROM, you are stupider than ouchie. You might be able to add files to a session which hasn't been finalised, or you might mean CD R-W, but CD ROM is generally write once.
Anyway...that kind of functionality has been in Linux for a decade.....and win7 only just got it???