Reasons for Windows® Vista® crashing continously and ways to resolve the problem
How do you prevent Windows Vista from crashing continously? What are the ways to resolve this problem?
Windows Vista crashes due to many problems. If you are not using the correct graphics card, it will crash. Inadequate hard drive space also affects its functioning. The hard drive needs a certain amount of storage space to accommodate your Windows Vista Operating System. If you have hard drive with capacity less than this, you cannot use Windows Vista. The crashing problem can occur due to many other problems. Power failure is another possible cause of this problem. Attack of malware, spyware and viruses will also contribute the inefficient functioning of your Windows Vista Operating System. Corrupt registry may be the another cause. Windows Vista will function properly if the all the booting files are present. If any of them are missing or corrupt, Windows Vista will not start up.
Solutions for solving the crashing problem of Windows Vista are given below:
- Using antivirus software
- Proper power supply
- Cleaning registry
Using antivirus software
Malware, viruses, spyware and Trojans can enter your system easily if your system is not given proper protection. Once they enter, they slow down Windows Vista, and corrupt the entire database of the system. This will affect the normal functioning of Windows Vista. They will corrupt the booting files on the hard drive. Booting files are essential for setting up Windows Vista. When they are corrupt, your system will crash.
Proper power supply
Sometimes Windows Vista will crash due to inadequate power supply. The system cannot run the necessary files to start your Operating System. Windows Vista cannot provide you with the necessary functions that you need. If a sudden or accidental power interruption or failure occurs, your database management system will be destroyed or lost permanently.
Registry is a building block of any system. If the registry files get damaged or corrupt, you cannot access your system. There is even a chance of Windows Vista to crash. Corruption in a registry is caused by the attack of viruses, power interruptions or due to hardware problems. You should clean registry to avoid this problem. You can manually correct the registry, but it is not recommended. Use suitable software to clean your registry.