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The following command removes the keyloard layout caches, and fixed the problem for me (on OSX 10.6 Snow Leopard, with custom keyboard layout installed in ~/Library/Keyboard Layouts/): sudo rm -f /System/Library/Caches/com.apple.IntlDataCache.le*


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The problem sounds like 1 of 3 things - A hardware problem. This sounds to me to be more likely. If it were me I'd download a Linux bootable distro designed to check the components of the system (Like StressLinux) and individually test each subsystem, ie CPU, Memory, disk (probably not at issue here), network to see if they play OK together. I'd check ...


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I had a similar problem on my computer, with a P8Z77 : It freezed when I attempted a "big" data transfert (more than 1 GB) between disk. The solution was to activate the hot-plug for all my sata port in the BIOS. Since then, no more freeze. I hope it will help.


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One possibility is that Windows is running automatic maintenance (things like defragging or optimizing the hard disk). I would suggest as a first step check the maintenance settings and set automatic maintenance to start at the same time every day or every week. In the meantime there may be a setting which tells it to run on the first available ...


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You might try Free Download Manager (FDM), http://www.freedownloadmanager.org/, which shows details of the download process. FDM can be installed stand-alone or set to intercept downloads made in IE, Firefox or other browser. BTW, there are applications with the same name which contain malware -- be sure to get it from the correct site, and, if you wish, ...


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C:\Users\xxxxx\AppData\Local\Temp under windows 8.1 found MANY 7zipExxxx.tmp folders ...using up 16GB ! reboot did NOT help. Using CCleaner did NOT help. Manually looking at TEMP folders did NOT help. What I did was use WinDirStat to see all my files and lo and behold 7zip was not clearing a thing. Hope that helps others.


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Your PSU (if functioning correctly) should be able to handle the kit that you listed. However, you mention the problem is worse during graphics intensive work - do you also have a discrete graphics card? These will usually be as demanding or more demanding than the CPU. While you are considering power, you might also want to consider heat - are any of your ...


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The STOP Code 0x1a MEMORY_MANAGEMENT with the parameter 1 41790 (A page table page has been corrupted) indicates faulty RAM: The 41790 code is part of our an internal memory manager code but the bugcheck in my experience has almost always indicated hardware issues (RAM errors). So, run a memory testing tool like memtest86+ to detect damaged RAM.


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Your processor might be faulty You reported that Intel HD Graphics Control Panel Service crashed—a problem which could be caused by the processor graphics. edit: the error code is 0x80004005 which means "Access is denied"—not sure why this is happening Your processor was operating well within temperature limits, so thermal problems are ruled out. Your ...


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Turn on your PC so that Windows starts normally, insert the DVD or USB flash drive, and then shut down your PC. Restart your PC, and then press any key to boot from the DVD or USB flash drive. If you restart your PC and your current version of Windows starts, you might have to open a boot menu or change the boot order in your PC's BIOS or UEFI settings so ...


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I also had this problem and found that my problem was caused by the Microsoft reporting system crashing. If your problem is like mine, you can disable "problem Reporting". you can find this option by search "report" on "Control Panel" and: Choose "Choose how to report problems" Select "Never check for Solutions" Click on "OK"


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To resolve this issue, Open command prompt with Administrative privilege and goto location C:\Windows\System32 Rename the file "ODBCCP32.CPL" using the command : ren ODBCCP32.CPL ODBCCP32.old Then Log out and then log back in. Check the results.


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To troubleshoot this lets begins with the event viewer log, To open the event viewer, Click Start -> Run -> eventvwr.exe and then Expand “Event Viewer”. Under “Windows Log” click on the “Application Log” and search for error filed for "explorer.exe" and get the "Faulting Application path", then remove/uninstall the specified application from ...


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You damaged your windows. Renaming the account breaks everything. The proper way is to use Windows Easy Transfer to capture all user settings and application data, create a new account and restore the settings here again with Windows Easy Transfer.


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It should be an issue with your Wireless driver. Download the recent wireless driver from the vendor site and the driver file ready in the machine. Reboot the machine in "Safe Mode" and uninstall it from "Uninstall or Change a Program". Now, reboot the machine in normal mode and run the downloaded wireless driver OR go to Device Manager (windows key+r > mmc ...


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AMD CodeXL only requires an AMD graphics card for debugging OpenCL kernels. The rest works fine on nVidia cards. You might also want to try to find an older version of nVidia Nsight. I think support for some older cards was dropped after 3.2. Remember not to update, when it tells you a new version is available! glslDevil is now called GLSL Debugger.


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I had the same problem and figured it out so I'll post the solution: Go to System and Security > Action Center > Change Action Center settings > Problem reporting settings and choose Each time a problem occurs, ask me before checking for solutions and you will get the detailed crash dialog. If this option is set to Never check for solutions (not ...


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This problem comes from a deprecated API call in Google Chrome. You can use this automator script to fix the problem, until Google releases a new version of Chrome. Mor infos and alternate instructions here



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