Well, there is occassional 1-2 minute pauses in the system where everything
just stops. I can move the mouse around but that is about it. The system
also seems to remember every one of my mouse clicks during that pause. When
things come back to life the mouse clicks are processed. Here is a list of
things that I have tried and nothing has helped.
1. Ecmachine tech support was no help in getting the issue resolved.
2. I have upgraded from 512 Ram to 2 GB Ram (no help)
3. I have installed vista SP1 (no help)
4. I have turned off aero (no help)
5. I have used two different mouses (no help)
6. I have run chkdsk (no help)
7. I have run sfc /scannow (no help)
8. I have switched out my tv tuner card (no help)
9. I have disabled everything in MSConfig (no help)
10. I have turned off all services related to media center (no help)
11. I have checked the memory and it is fine.
12. Uninstall AVG Antivirus (no help)
13. Modify the indexing so that only a small amount of directories and file
types are indexed. (no help)
"Mark L. Ferguson" wrote:
> How to analyze the log file entries that the Microsoft Windows Resource
> Checker (SFC.exe) program generates in Windows Vista:
> A built in interface to problems is available by rightclicking the Command
> Prompt icon on start, to click 'run as administrator'. Run the command
> 'perfmon /rel'
> Click a 'red x' to see a report.
> Rick will have a much better chance to fix something, with more to go on
> than 'it freezes'
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> Mark L. Ferguson
> "RICK" <RICK@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > I was referred from "Windows Vista Performance and Maintenance". Thread
> > is
> > "Vista System Pause". Last message in thread is:
> > "Ping Rick Rogers Microsoft MVP in microsoft.public.windows.vista.general
> > and
> > ask him to review the CBS.log file.
> > Good luck Rick."
> > CBS.log is 35 MB. How would you like to review it?
> > Also, have noted another thread on the Net with similar issue on same
> > computer model. That thread is at:
> > http://forums.techguy.org/windows-vi...requently.html
> > Rick