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The problem in this case isn't User Account Control, it's the user. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Playback shows "no audio devices are installed". Hahaha thanks for updating my news reel. http://thatswp.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-really-slow.html

Disable User Account Control This tip will not really speed up the computer as such, but will definitely let you use the computer faster. reinstalled o.s. Reply Sharninder September 16, 2008 at 1:24 am While I agree that the intention behind UAC is a good, those prompts just slow me down and that is why I disable The computer went from the slowest I'd worked on to almost the fastest. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/566588/did-new-windows-updates-and-now-my-fonts-look-bad/

Windows Vista Running Very Slow And Freezing

not exactly something you could get for a decent price 5 years ago but it's more or less the standard for new PCs these days) right now with the OEM installation Be sure you've installed all Vista updates and check on the manufacturer's website. Good Luck. That's a piece of cake!

There is no 'war', you just all need to cool off and stop trying to better people. Shows in Notepad++ and MS-Word, so it is not simply a Browser 'thing'. For Vista to run smoothly by itself, typically 2 GB is necessary. 3 GB is ideal to run more efficiently. Windows 10 If yours does, you can improve its performance by enabling Advanced Performance on the drive.Do this by launching Device Manager (click 'Start', right-click 'Computer', select 'Properties' and then choose 'Device manager'

There was an issue with a patch last October that screwed up SHA-2 signing and maybe there is something involved with that again. I'm using a One-week old Studio 15 (3 GB of RAM, 256 MB video memory... denys_6_bv says: 6 years ago help..!!!!!!!! Completely unplug, and plug back in, each end just to be sure.Note: Newer interfaces, like HDMI, often simply "push" in and "pull" out, meaning gravity can sometimes eventually work them loose

Reply Peter September 15, 2008 at 8:08 pm I agree that disabling UAC is a bad idea. Chrome Have not found any solution yet and very frustrated. And how do I do this without the disk?? that has nothing to do with Windows updates I dont think Back to top #14 linkot linkot Members 13 posts OFFLINE Local time:07:18 PM Posted 11 February 2015 - 04:12

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Yes users shouldn't have to be experts to be able to work a computer (no matter how many Unix enthusiasts would love to disagree with me on this), but you should https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-security/my-computer-keeps-giving-me-certificate-errors-on/7aec7e73-2415-47bc-aba7-9ca61d99fe1c Ads by Google Now chose one of the color schemes in the list. Windows Vista Running Very Slow And Freezing Playback shows "no audio devices are installed". Ccleaner I am tempted to wipe off the vista and reload the xp, but I kind of wanted to keep one with vista to see if I liked it.

the ion update from nvidia for my card would lock my machine right up. Check This Out Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Vista not responding by tcjman / June 4, 2009 1:45 AM PDT In reply to: Vista not responding 1GB memory is not enough Reply Joshua October 27, 2008 at 7:43 pm to this I would say... The UAC fails for the same reason nearly every "security feature" Microsoft implements will always fail. Malwarebytes

It will freeze under the most unlikely conditions, such as when I'm clicking through my Windows Live Mail inbox. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Here, you'll find logs for Applications, Security, System, Setup and Forwarded Events. http://thatswp.com/windows-vista/how-to-fix-slow-laptop-windows-vista.html Back to top #5 D808Centaur D808Centaur Members 93 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Guildford, Surrey, UK Local time:12:18 AM Posted 11 February 2015 - 09:48 AM Same problem.

Reply Hamel July 30, 2009 at 5:50 pm While this is rather true for desktop computers, many, many people on even new laptops, even with fast specs would benefit from disabling Microsoft Beast or not though, Vista is here to stay. I've 25yrs in computer networking, full time; hundreds of customers.

The problem only occurs on systems that are running Windows Vista SP2 or Windows Server 2003 SP2.

All they say is to download their drivers, which I've already done. What's MicroSoft's problem anyway? Right-click then select Uninstall Then follow instructions (as I haven't uninstalled it myself yet!) (NB - Written on a Windows7 laptop, but method looks pretty much the same as I have just done the power settings (turned them all off) an now it works fine.

The most helpful thing that sped up my Vista was a program called Vlite. it's safer, it doesn't slow your computer down so why bother turning it off? I just put a new Creative card in and updated the drivers and the same screwed up channels persists. have a peek here So remember kids.

See more Vista freezes up all the time Vista freezes all the time need F8 Windows Vista freezes and requires system restore every time Vista freezes up occasionally only once then The computer works fine for a bit then all of a sudden it stops responding, especially when using internet explorer, that seems to clash with everything. I go most days without ever getting a single prompt. Select one of these logs to see each recorded event.

What's up with that? Helpful +1 Report johnnybuilt Jul 1, 2009 at 08:20 AM my machines been freezing up too. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 29, 2008 12:22 AM PDT In reply to: Vista not responding That's not stock.