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How To Bring Life To Your Crashed Computer

Suffering from a computer crash happens sometimes, so be calm The following are things you are supposed to do immediately if you want to have peace of mind. According to information in this website, once your laptop has crashed, the first thing to do is reboot your computer. Primarily, the rebooting process can be done in a normal manner by clicking on “Restart” from the Start menu. Select restart from the options that pop up on your screen after holding CTRL+ALT+DELETE if the normal way of selecting “Restart” from the Start menu does not work. If that doesn’t work, press the power button. If it still won’t shut off, hold the power key until it shuts off. If none of those work, your last resort is to disconnect the computer unit it shuts off. Lastly, switch on the computer so you can fix the issue and you can as well click here for some help on how to restore crashed computers.

Run any antivirus software you have to remove malware if you are able to reboot the computer successfully. Try uninstalling any software, you recently downloaded and download any windows updates as well. It may be a recent program or old windows version that’s crashing your computer. Also, before you reboot or crash again, now’s a good time to back up your files before something terrible happens. After running any antivirus software successfully, you are supposed to reboot the CPU in a safe mode. If you aren’t able to get back into windows, reboot again. Before Windows loads, tap the F8 key to open up the boot menu right as your computer’s starting up. Select “Start Windows in Safe Mode.” This process might be all it takes to restore your central processing unit. But if it works, and Windows loads correctly, follow the “Remove Malware” step above just in case. You can reboot in a normal way after that.

In case the Safe Mode fails to bring suitable results, get back to the boot menu as previous and click on “Last Known Good Configuration” in Advanced Boot alternative. This will re-establish your computer settings to manufacturer settings, functional point exclusive of affecting your personal documents at all. Since System Restore is similar to the last step, it might erase some recent files. Your Windows is supposed to be saving kind of a “snapshot” of your PC on a daily basis, or every time you log off, by default. You can choose “System Restore” in Advanced Boot Options to rewind your computer back to one of these recent points and fix the problem from there. Nevertheless, whichever files you had modified or added after that point will vanish. Unfortunately, many viruses purposely attack System Restore to prevent you from doing this. Therefore, this might not be an option. Lastly, you can use the rescue and recovery software, remove and repair the hard drive or seek professional help.