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What to do if your computer crashes frequently Analyze common causes of system crashes
What should I do if my computer crashes frequently? I believe that many people will face problem of computer crashes, and sometimes crashes happen frequently, so how to avoid computer crashes? What causes a computer to freeze? Here are some common reasons why your computer crashes.Software issue:
1. Antivirus software incompatibility: It is best to install only one antivirus software on your computer. If too many antivirus programs are installed, they will conflict and cause your computer to crash.
2. Third party software incompatibility. Consider if you have recently installed any software and computer crashes frequently. Try uninstalling recently installed third party software.
3. Too many system junk files and not enough system resources: It is recommended to clean up system junk, defragment disk, and clean up too many startup items.
4. The computer is infected with a virus: it is best to use antivirus software to scan entire drive for viruses. More interesting tutorials are recommended: Reinstall system manual.Hardware reasons:
1. Hard Drive Damage: Has computer been shut down illegally recently, such as due to a sudden power outage? Your best bet is to repair your hard drive and give it a try.
2. Too much dust in computer, poor heat dissipation: Too much dust in host computer will affect heat dissipation of CPU and graphics card, and eventually motherboard will overheat. Therefore, if you have not cleaned dust for a long time, it is best to clean dust and add a layer of silica gel to CPU and video card heatsink.
3. The memory card is not securely attached. If you have recently moved your computer, this can cause memory card to become loose and memory card often fails if it is not in good contact. In this case, it is best to check to see if memory module is stuck, and then reinsert memory module.
4. Improper movement: Strong vibration while moving computer often weakens internal components of machine, resulting in poor contact and computer failure. Therefore, strong vibration should be avoided when moving computer.
5. Hardware Mismatch: If base frequency of main board does not match main frequency of CPU, old main board sets FSB too high when overclocking, which may not guarantee stable operation, resulting in frequent crashes.