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How to prevent computer crashes


How to prevent computer crashes


1. Ensure correct bios settings. The settings in BIOS must be appropriate, as incorrect BIOS settings can cause you to crash while running Windows.

2. Regularly check the contact of computer accessories. Running in poor contact with the board can cause the system to crash, so when replacing computer accessories, it is important to ensure that the board is in full contact with the motherboard.

3. Regularly clean the chassis. Too much dust can cause poor contact between boards and cards, causing the system to crash during operation. Therefore, the chassis should be cleaned at all times to prevent too much dust from accumulating in the chassis.

4. Persist in carefully detecting and killing viruses. Do not use CDs or floppy disks of unknown origin easily. For attachments in emails, use antivirus software to check before opening them.

5. Shut down in the correct operating sequence. Before the application software runs normally, do not turn off the power, otherwise it may cause system files to be damaged or lost, leading to a crash during startup or operation.

6. Avoid multitasking simultaneously. Do not run other software during disk defragmentation or checking the hard drive with antivirus software, as this may cause a crash.

7. Do not excessively seek novelty. Various hardware drivers do not necessarily need to be updated at any time, as newly developed drivers often have bugs that can damage the system and cause system crashes. The latest may not necessarily be the best.

8. When uninstalling software, use the built-in anti installation program or the installation/uninstallation method in Windows. Do not directly delete the program folder, as some files may be shared by other programs. Once these shared files are deleted, it will cause the application software to be unusable and crash.

When setting up hardware devices, it is best to check for reserved interrupts (IRQs) and not let other devices use this interrupt number to avoid causing interrupt conflicts and causing system crashes.

10. When surfing the internet, do not open too many browser windows, otherwise it may lead to insufficient system resources and cause the system to crash.

11. If your machine's memory is not very large, do not run programs that occupy a large amount of memory, such as Photoshop, otherwise it may crash during runtime.

12. For system files or important files, it is best to use implicit attributes to avoid deleting these files due to incorrect operations and causing system crashes.

When modifying the main boot record of the hard drive, it is best to first save the original record to prevent the inability to restore the original boot record due to modification failure.

14.CPU, graphics card and other accessories should generally not be overclocked. If overclocking is indeed required, attention should be paid to the temperature of the board after overclocking. If the CPU, graphics card, and other accessories work at abnormal frequencies and temperatures for a long time, it can automatically restart or crash, and in severe cases, it can burn the CPU, graphics card, and motherboard.