Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Why your PCs crash? (Part-3)

Power supply problems

A power surge or spike can crash a computer as easily as a power cut. If this has become a trouble for you then consider buying a uninterrupted power supply (UPS). This will give you a clean power supply when there is electricity, and it will give you a few minutes to perform a controlled shutdown in case of a power cut.

It is a very important if your data are critical, because a power cut will lost your unsaved data.


Another common cause of computer crash is faulty or badly-installed software. Sometime problem can be cured by uninstalling the software and then reinstalling it. Use uninstall shield to remove an application from your system properly. This will also remove references to the programme in the System Registry and leaves the way clear for a completely fresh installation..

The System Registry can be corrupted by old references to obsolete software that you thought was uninstalled. Use Reg Cleaner to clean up the System Registry and remove obsolete entries. It works on Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98 SE (Second Edition), Windows Millennium Edition (ME), NT4 and Windows 2000, Windows XP.

Read the instructions carefully before using it, so you don't do damage to the Registry. If the Registry get damaged you need to reinstall your operating system.

Sometime Windows problem can be resolved by entering Safe Mode. For this you have to restart or power on system.Then you see the message "Starting Windows" press F4. This should take you into Safe Mode.Safe Mode loads a minimum of drivers. It allows you to find and fix problems that prevent Windows from loading properly.


The CPU equipped with fan, if fan fails or if the CPU gets old it may start to overheat and generate a error called a kernel error. To overcome this problem you have to replace fan or CPU and keep CPU in cool environment.


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