Computer crashes

  gordi 16:21 13 Dec 2003

Still learning, but can any one give me any ideas why my computer crashes quite frequently

  bretsky 16:34 13 Dec 2003

A lot more info is needed on this one gordi what o/s(operating system)ram etc etc newley installed progams when get my drift!!!! bretsky;0)

  hugh-265156 16:39 13 Dec 2003

the crashes could be caused by many different things gordi,software or hardware conflicts out of date or incorrect drivers etc.

do you get any errors on screen?

what operating system do you have,is it xp? if so click here and update windows,this can fix many problems.

update your motherboard chipset drivers and your graphics card drivers from the manufacturers website also.

patch any games and programs from thier websites too.

if your computer restarts,try clicking start/control panel/performance and maintenance/system/advanced/start up and recovery/settings and untick the "automatically restart" time it crashes you will get a blue screen with and error code displayed,note it down and type it into the searchKB box click here to look for a fix,you can also use keywords.

have a read click here

  hugh-265156 16:40 13 Dec 2003

sorry above link was click here

  hugh-265156 16:46 13 Dec 2003

third time lucky click here;en-us;308029 :-)

  hugh-265156 16:49 13 Dec 2003

just type 308029 in the searchKB box

huggy kicks computer very hard :-)

  hugh-265156 17:04 13 Dec 2003

just figured out what i am doing wrong(left default in the addy)

click here

  VoG II 17:25 13 Dec 2003
  hugh-265156 18:46 13 Dec 2003

ta VoG

lack of sleep

kbid= and no default.

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