Windows® 7 Keeps Crashing
Reasons of the crashing of Windows 7
The Windows 7 Operating System might crash while doing an important task in your system. The important file of your system might be lost due to crashing of Windows 7 Operating System. The hard drive problem is the main reason for the crashing in Windows 7. You might see many symptoms before the crashing of your system. You might hear sounds like clicking from your computer or laptop. Your system might face with startup problems due to crashing. Fail or dead hard drive in a system might result in the startup problems. System refuses to start or sometimes becomes very slow to start due to dead hard drive. System with such hard drives might display some error messages that indicate that the file in the hard drive is corrupted. Sometimes, your system might behave strangely and many programs might crash at once. The noises from the system become loud or fast and they might stop abruptly.
Following are some of the reasons of the crashing of Windows 7 Operating System and tips to fix the issue:
- Registry errors
- Overheated hardware components
- Errors in hard disk
One of the major reasons for crashing of your computer is the error in the registry. Entries in registry are changed whenever you install or uninstall a new program. Thus, the number of errors in your registry increases and it results in the slowdown of the processing speed. Your system crashes frequently due to these errors and you need to restart the system frequently. The better solution to this problem is to use a registry cleaner in your system. They detect and repair errors and delete the unwanted entries from your system.
Overheated hardware components
The hardware parts of your system might start to overheat and fail if you work in a poorly ventilated and warm room. The CPU of your system is equipped with a fan to keep them cool. Improper working of the fan might cause overheating of CPU. The use of older CPU might also cause overheating and might lead to crashing of the system. One solution to this issue is to use a bigger fan and install it on the top of the CPU. By disabling the internal cache of the CPU, you could fix the CPU problems.
Hard disk of your system has partitions which store the information. Corruption in those partitions might result in crashing of the Windows 7 Operating System. This might also result in the loss of data from the hard disk. The fragmentation of data in the hard disk might also cause system crashes. Thus, you need to do defragmentation of hard disk every week.