Reload Windows® XP
Do you know about the common reasons behind reloading Windows® XP operating system on your computer system?
Windows XP® is considered as one of the most stable and reliable operating system ever released by Microsoft®. You do not have to take our word for it, just research about the long life of Windows® XP. Microsoft® had the capability to replace it with a better version for a long time, but why to bother if it is absolutely great? However, even the most reliable operating system might crash form time to time and you will have to reload Windows® XP.
Here are some reasons for which you will need to reload Windows® XP on your computer system:
- Reinstalling the operating system
- Crashes and computer shutting down
- A new software that needs to restart your computer
Reinstalling the operating system
An operating system needs a new reinstall from time to time. Do not bother to look for an OS that does not require this, because you would not find it. Especially for computers working a lot online, untraceable cookies, although not dangerous, will be installed in your system files forever. Even if you are using strong antivirus programs and registry cleaners, you will have to reinstall the installed Windows® XP at least once every two years. Usually the reinstalling program will require to reload Windows® XP, so you will have to be sure that you are doing this operation correctly. The automated install usually restarts the computer by itself. You will have 15 seconds to do this operation by yourself, but it is recommended to let the installing program to do this. A manual reload Windows® XP operation is required after you configure the regional settings such as language and local time.
Crashes and computer shutting down
A computer crash might be generated by software not working properly or by driver conflicts. Non-licensed or pirated software can try to install a virus on your computer and the defense mechanism will stop the computer immediately. Be sure you get rid of that program after you reload Windows® XP. Also, do this operation in safe mode if you want the malicious software to be isolated. Another reason for computer crashes is driver conflict. Be sure your new software or hardware is compatible with the system before purchasing it. If your computer crashes anyway, reload Windows® XP in safe mode and try to resolve the conflicts manually. Usually, this operation requires live support so be sure to have a licensed copy of Windows® XP if you want to benefit from this facility.
This is one of the most common reasons for you to reload Windows® XP. Do not worry, as a software requesting a restart is perfectly normal. Watch closely if you want your software to be installed correctly because some software requires reloading in safe mode.