Learn why Windows® 7 freeze after sleep mode
Why does your Windows 7 computer freeze after sleep mode?
One of the most common issues related to computer is computer freezing. At freeze stage your system will not respond or run properly. Windows 7 is an efficient Operating System introduced by Microsoft. Some times Windows 7 systems will freeze just after sleep mode. It may be because of several reasons. Some reasons for freeze include incompatible drivers, software conflicts, virus infection, in efficient resources, registry problems, etc. Always run few programs at a time to reduce the overhead of the CPU and it will avoid freezing to some extent. You have to find the exact root cause for the issue and troubleshoot accordingly. Windows 7 supports many software’s and if your computer doesn’t have sufficient resources for those software’s, it might get freezes.
The following points will give you tips to fix Windows 7 freeze after sleep:
- Power options
- Registry problem
- Windows Task Manager
To fix the freezing problem of your Windows 7 computer, you may just change the power option. For that take control panel by clicking ‘Start’ button or using the run command ‘control’. Then you have to set for Windows to ‘Never turn off the hard disk power’. Another solution is you can set a screen saver for avoiding the freezing problem of your Windows7 system. You can set screen saver to display on 10 minute after idle state.
Sometimes freezing can be due to registry problems. The registry is important part of every Operating System where Windows keeps its most important data. A simple error in registry can cause problems including Windows 7 freeze. For solving this problem you have to clean your registry. It is better to uses a registry cleaner for cleaning the registry. The registry cleaner scan all entries and list invalid entries and errors and fix them. Registry cleaner avoids the freeze problem as well as increase your system performance.
You can avoid the freeze stage of your computer by pressing Control+Alt+Delete keys simultaneously. Then a window named Windows Task Manager will appear and it will list all the programs running in your computer. You may select the non responding programs and click end button on the application. If the computer remains in the freeze state, use the shutdown option in the Windows task manager and shut down the computer. If it doesn’t work pull the power code of your computer and leave it 10 minutes. This will fix the freezed computer by resetting the settings. After 10 minutes you can connect power code and start your computer. For avoiding freezes due to virus infection you may use a powerful antivirus.