PC Freezing

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We are installing new lenovo PC with XP. Our old PCs (IBM) with the same software did not freeze with oracle 9i. However, the new PCs are freezing. Not all the time, however, enough to upset our users. Any ideas ? Is it hardware related ? We tried different browsers and jinitors.

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Take a look in the event logs on the devices. This will show you if any particular errors may be related to the problem. Also look at task manager and what processes are using CPU time and memory. It is possible that there are some OS updates on the new devices that may be causing a conflict with Oracle. See if there are any Oracle knowledgebase articles that could be related to your problems.

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  • Pressler2904
    What OS are the old (IBM) systems running, and what model(s) are they (ThinkCentre, Intellistation, NetVist, etc...). What OS and model are the new Lenovo systems? To my experience, I've seen single core vs multi core issues in applications migrated from one (single core) to the other (multi-core). Have you tried turning off multi-core on the new Lenovo systems (providing that statement applies)?
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