05-03-2012 01:59 PM
I updated my NIS to 18.104.22.168 this evening (living in EU) and the software promted me to make a reboot. I didn't have the chance to do it at that very moment. About twenty minutes later, the first "freeze" occured. The freeze consists of the sound breaking into loop and the computer not responding to any I/O. This lasts from 10 to 30 seconds. Got a freeze every 5 to 10 minute or so.
Decided to disable NIS completely and now I've been running without these freezes for 2 hour (knock on wood, eh?)
This leads me to believe that the update may not be suited for me to install after all...
Any suggestions what to do or should I just keep NIS disabled until a fix have been posted. If there is a fix...
running NIS on a SSD.
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05-03-2012 02:30 PM
Did you ever get round to doing the reboot that it asked you to?
Hang on for some detailed help since it should not behave like that but I see you have a SSD and maybe that enters into the equation.
05-04-2012 06:21 AM
Have you attempted to run Liveupdate again? When a reboot is required after a LiveUpdate it may be necessary to run LiveUpdate again.
It is possible there may be another update required that may have needed the system rebooted after the first update in order to prep the program for the follow-on update.
Please run manual LiveUpdate (rebooting as requested) as many times as it takes for LiveUpdate to respond "no more updates available", then reboot one more time.
Please let us know if that helps any.
05-04-2012 07:34 AM
Hey, Yeah, I did a reboot after the first freezeloop. It continued though after that.
Just wanted to exclude the obvious since you had not mentioned it!
As suggested do run Manual LiveUpdate ....
05-04-2012 11:33 AM