Common Reasons behind PC Crash and Their Solution

Friday, October 13, 2017

Is your computer crashing a lot? It is not only annoying but also a big problem as you cannot work properly. How to fix the issue? There are a lot of potential causes for which PC crashes. In this article we have discussed about some of the most common problems and their possible solutions.

 

Hardware conflict is a very common reason for which Windows crashes. An interrupt request channel (IRQ) is used to communicate with each hardware device and this is unique for every device. If your computer has a lot of devices and they are not installed properly, you might be ending up sharing the same IRQ number. And if both devices are used at the same time, Windows may crash. Use the Device Manager to fix this issue.

 

Sometimes, RAM (random-access memory) problems could be the reason of your computer crash. The blue screen of death is mostly caused due to RAM problem. May be a part of the RAM is damaged and will need replacing. Parity error messages also come due to RAM problem. Consult a computer repair service provider that offers tech support for fixing the issues.

 

Wrong BIOS settings could also be the reason of computer crash. The CAS latency is a very common BIOS error which occurs due to the improper RAM settings. CAS latency of the Older EDO (extended data out) RAM is 3 while the newer SDRAM has a CAS latency of 2. So, a wrong set up can lock up and freeze the display of the computer.

 

Over time, the information on the hard disk drive of the computer becomes piecemeal or fragmented. You should defragment the hard disk every week to prevent your computer against crash. To perform this task, you can go to Start-Programs-Accessories-System Tools-Disk Defragmenter. It takes some time to complete the defragment process and you cannot write data to the hard drive (to save it) during this process.

 

If the hard disks of your computer is too full, your computer will perform sluggishly and may also crashes. You should clean your hard disk drive after every few months. Go to the Windows folder on the C drive and locate the Temporary Internet Files folder. You should delete the contents (not the folder) of this folder. It will free a lot of space. As a part of the cleaning process you should also empty the Recycle Bin every week.

 

If a software program is not installed properly, it may be the cause of computer crash. This is a very issue. To fix the issue, you should first uninstall the software and then reinstall it. You can also use third party software like Norton Uninstall or Uninstall Shield to remove an application from your computer properly.

 

These are some common reasons due to which PC crashes.

Many remote computer support providers are there in the markets that come with PC repair services round the clock. By contacting any of these companies you will get end-to-end solution for any PC issues.

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