Saturday, October 2, 2010


Windows 7 Crash is a common problem that users face. This is one of the major problems that the users face when they are in the middle of something. Once you stumble upon computer crashes, you should fix the errors fast or it can lead to the complete shut down of your system.

Viruses, corruption in the registry, junk files, low memory and irrelevant programs can all lead to Windows 7 Crash. Once the computer crashes, the first thing you have to do is to identify the cause. Once you are aware of the causes that lead to the crash, it is so easy to redeem the problem.

Always make sure that you have very healthy anti-virus tool in your computer. These anti-virus software can block and also delete the viruses that could harm some of the files. If a healthy anti-virus tool is already installed in the PC, the crashes problem would be not related Virus.

Another reason for Windows 7 Crashes is the running of unnecessary programs. Identify the programs, some may be hidden, and uninstall them. If lots of applications are running in the computer, it could eat up a large part of the memory. However, this problem would rarely cause computer crash and it is not a big deal to the computer which has enough RAM. More RAM can help the applications run very smoothly and prevent the computer from frequent crashes.

Windows 7 Crashes also because of faulty drivers. The drivers that are not in tune with your system can make the computer slow down and crash. When using drivers, make sure that you have the latest ones that fit the system requirements.

The above problems are not import reasons to get computer crashed. Even though one of them cause the crash, it is very easy to fix it manually. The most important reason is the Windows 7 registry. It is the registry where most of the relevant data are stored. If any file in the registry gets corrupted, then the computer can crash. Once you clean the entire corrupt registry, then you can see that your computer performs in a good condition. You can clean the registry on your own or approach a technician to do the job for you. It is very hard for the user to fix registry manually, and very expensive to appeal to a technician. So the best option is to do the cleaning using registry cleaning software.

courtesy to Ruimin Huang

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