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DenisJ
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My Workstation randomly freezes

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HP Z240 Tower-Workstation (Y3Y83EA)
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

No errors in the eventlog.

No Problems in built-in hardware tests.

No Minidump.

System is running on Windows 10, 64 Bit.

 

Searching for reasons why the workstation randomly freezes, any suggestions?

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DGroves
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try looking at some of the other posts, and you will see that the posts that provide useable information usually get a reply and posts that don't are ignored

 

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system freezes, no event log errors win 10 do you know what s wrong

 

 

nobody can provide useable help on a post like that.

 

try describing what's running when the freeze happens,  how long it lasts, and also describe just what you think a freeze is

IE- no mouse/keyboard reponce or mouse moves but is jerky

 

when the system pauses, does the ctrl/alt/del keys bring up task manager? if so does any process show high cpu usage

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DGroves
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try looking at some of the other posts, and you will see that the posts that provide useable information usually get a reply and posts that don't are ignored

 

your current post says  

system freezes, no event log errors win 10 do you know what s wrong

 

 

nobody can provide useable help on a post like that.

 

try describing what's running when the freeze happens,  how long it lasts, and also describe just what you think a freeze is

IE- no mouse/keyboard reponce or mouse moves but is jerky

 

when the system pauses, does the ctrl/alt/del keys bring up task manager? if so does any process show high cpu usage

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mdklassen
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From an "elevated-privilege" command-line prompt, enter: CHKDSK  C:  /R

This may take a few hours to test every block of the disk-drive, but it might reveal some errors that cause the disk-drive to either me slow to respond, or not responsive at all, i.e., "freezing" the system while waiting for the I/O to complete.

 

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