> Here's what I have (got it there too.)
> I can't say for certain it is firefox5 that caused it as I caught it using
> Chrome once too. I think it probably is a hibernation issue, not sleep, but
> still haven't been able to test that yet either for certain.
> Anyway, if I close the laptop and come back, maybe I'm safe, maybe I'm not, but
> eventually within 1-3 days of being up and not restarting/powering off
> eventually the system takes a giant slow motion shit. I wanted to initially
> blame firefox because it kept happening as I used it but I'm not certain
> Here's the weird of it. Everything still works, just asininely slow. I mean I
> can right click the bar-> task manager and it takes a minute or so to pop up,
> and if I click it more than once or twice it'll think that it's 'not responding'
> but eventually goes. I've kept up stuff to monitor at a basic level and the CPU
> isn't being run ragged (like when a pc will crawl if stuck at 99%) and the ram
> isn't being sucked up any more or less either.
> I tried to one by one kill processes via task manager over an hour(yeah that
> lagged) and got nowhere.
> I've currently got hibernation removed/disabled from my computer and sleep is
> the only thing active.
> If you're too lazy to check the link(but you should) running Win 7 64bit Home
> Premium on an ASUS X53E i5 core laptop w/6GB of RAM, the rest of the specs are
> in the link.
> Anyone got any speculation what the fuck I can do with this as it's bugging the
> hell out of me I can't close this thing without thinking a time bomb is ticking.
> I've been hitting google for at least a week trying all sorts of pages for
> answers and I can't find a damn thing. All I know for certain is that it is NOT
> a parts defective issue as I did narrow that out of it.
> Billy Connolly - Statement of the Century
> "If women are so bloody perfect at multitasking, how come they can't have a
> headache and sex at the same time ?"