1. efuhrimann's Avatar
    Hello, I hope someone can advise on a fix. My system worked fine with windows 10 until after the anniversary upgrade to 1607. My system intermittently stops working (screen freezes and no apps open or close for about a minute or two then continues working fine again for a period. I have tried a complete clean and load from the ISO but it has the same effect. there is no other drivers or software loaded other then Windows. Nothing is flagged in the device manager and I tried disabling all start-up programs and disabled Antivirus and firewall 'but this too did nit fix the issue.


    Dell XPS Studio 9100
    I7 - 930 Processor
    12 Gb DDR#3 Ram
    480 Gb SSD Kingston Drive (C:)
    1.0 Tb Hard Drive (D:)
    G-Force GTX 960 - 2 Gb Graphics
    LG 34 Ultra Wide Monitor

    Please advise any suggestions will help
    Thanks Eric
    08-05-2016 03:30 PM
  2. Dewg's Avatar
    Do you have the latest drivers installed from Dell's support site for your model? Feels like a driver problem - check Device Manager and make sure you're not running with any errors or generic MS drivers for specific hardware. Also - check the Event Log (specifically the System and Application logs) for any errors or warnings during the period you experience freezing.
    08-05-2016 04:35 PM
  3. usman567's Avatar
    My pc is not freezing but, the performance is very poor after anniversary update. Disk always goes to 100%. HDD become hot.
    08-05-2016 05:06 PM

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