Thanks for helping make community forums a great place.Marked as answer by Alex LvModerator Monday, December 30, 2013 8:54 AM Tuesday, December 17, 2013 7:29 AM Reply | Quote IT may solve your problem.! It was the only way, and only half of the time would it boot in properly. All of them failed but one…KB2871777, which sent my computer into the spinning screen cycle. check over here
Virtualization enable will make 2 virtual cpus or a 4 threaded cpu. How many minutes in a year? That solved it for me. As of now I am downloading the latest (?) 22.214.171.124 which can be found at hp download pages Watch out for Ralink RT3290 or RT3290LE drivers 126.96.36.199 or higher! my company
I have had to take the battery out to get it going again and this takes time.i need help. Reply Martin Brinkmann June 1, 2013 at 5:43 pm # I know that troubleshooting can be frustrating. If it doesn't freeze, then it's -probably- a windows issue and not your hardware.
Create all numbers from 0-100 only using 1,2,3,4 and 5 Importance of using all fingers while playing guitar Did Frodo want Bilbo to die? Recent research led me to MS Technet and others which told me - to enable DEP - to disable USB 3.0 - to set bcdedit hypervisor=auto - to enable/disable virtualization in I stay with Intel and don't overclock. While I was able to switch between the desktop and the start screen of Windows 8, I could not launch start screen applications either.I first assumed that it had something to
Otherwise, you'll need to contact Gigabyte and get them to fix the BIOS. Some applications can still be started (office apps) other apps have the same behaviour as the Chrome app. At what age can a kid change their diet from vegetarian to vegan? Privacy statement © 2017 Microsoft.
This time Windows Updates are still installed, but Hyper V is disabled. 10/28/2012 10:57 AM EST Update Apparently, now my system won't boot unless I remove all my USB peripherals including https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2693144/windows-8-fails-to-boot-after-installation-of-client-hyper-v-feature-on-gigabyte-systems Buggy BIOSes are a common issue with virtualization not working. After the installation of Hyper-V fails and rolls back there is nothing in the System or Application log that indicates a failure or even that the additional feature install had been If your security software did not come with windows, remove them to test your system temporarily (with the internet off, of course).
During bootup select Windows/Bootcamp (via the option key). Fortunately I have been doing System Restore points before every update. Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware I prefer to just run live sessions as temporary recovery tools.
Expect a service patch soon and don't upgrade yet if you haven't started .. EDIT/UPDATE: So for anyone who is wondering, after a forced windows update today out of nowhere bam Hyper-V appears in the start screen. Disclaimer: Attempting change is of your own free will. this content Were there any Germans in Japan after the surrender of Germany in May, 1945 and if so, what happened to them?
I find it shocking that you would recommend users perform a system restore just to fix a simple "some apps freeze occasionally" issue.I find it highly dubious that enabling Hyper-V fixes That would help point to see if this is a Hyper-V Role install issue or a greater system issue. When mine did it it would boot after an hour then run extremely slow, to the point where I couldn't uninstall the update fast enough without crashing.
did I mention Windows 8 rocks!) Tuesday, January 22, 2013 8:22 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Diablo 3 plays justfine under 8.. It was working pretty fine until I installed Chrome and an free statistical software. Any help would be much appreciated. Since it loaded Hyper-V but correctly disabled it b/c DEP was disabled I think there is something with the hardware.But this is still a guess.
My first attempt completely borked the OS as I did not have a recent restore point or system image, so I did a completely clean install and made plenty of backups/restore After removing Kaspersky the installation went fine. But I couldn't start a virtual machine from Hyper-V yet so I started looking online to see how to do so and then I fell upon this guide: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36188 (download word have a peek at these guys Ask a new question Read More Laptops Virtualization Windows 8 Related Resources PC freezes on Windows logo after installing a Evga gtx 1070 founders edition solved Windows 8 Install hangs on
Brian Ehlert http://ITProctology.blogspot.com Learn. I can't get to the Windows screen. Reply tracy monson February 6, 2015 at 3:44 am # I have a brand new compute and i am a dancing teacher. Here is a fix Disable all recent file listings in Windows permanentlyHow to remove annotations on YouTube Responses to Windows 8 freezes?