Windows Restarts Without Warning? Learn How To Fix

Published: 07th April 2011
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Is your computer is restarting without any warning? Thinking what could be the problem and how to fix? There are diverse reasons for which this problem occurs. In this article we will discuss about the reasons why such problem occurs and how to troubleshoot them.

Sometimes, Windows restart due to the problem of software programs. If you are using Windows XP, you can talk to an expert for Windows repair. You can also try some simple things on your own. You probably donít know that Windows XP is designed to automatically reboot if any error occurs. For instance, if there are problems like Blue Screen of Death then you need to take proper initiatives. You need to identify the error to troubleshoot it.

Letís take a look at you can disable and enable automatic restart option in Windows XP. You need to right-click on My Computer on your desktop, and click the Properties option. In the System Properties window just click the Advanced tab and click the Settings button under Startup and Recovery. And in the Startup and Recovery window uncheck the Automatically restart check box and click Ok.

System auto restart problem could occur due to hardware problem too. If there is any failing hardware in your PC, that could also unexpectedly generate an error and eventually your PC will reboot without warning. To fix the problem you need to remove any recently installed device. Sometimes, memory (RAM) issues can also be the reason for the problem. Open the computer case, remove the RAM and clean it. This will fix the issues.

If you are experiencing random reboots, it might be due to virus infection. There are viruses that cause PC reboot after certain time. To fix this issue, you need to install a powerful antivirus and run a complete scan and kill the viruses. If you already have an antivirus on your computer, update it.

Todayís computers are designed to automatically reboot if the devices inside the case gets too hot. Check all the fans are ok and they are moving smoothly. Have a closer look at the SMPS fan and the processor fan. If there is dust, clean it. And if you find the fan not working properly, change the fan.

If you try all the above mentioned recommendations and find still the problem is there then your PC is probably having operating system issues. To fix this issue, you need to reboot the PC and enter CMOS setup when the computer is booting.

After you have loaded the computer in CMOS setup let the computer sit. And if you find still the same problem is occurring, then you have to reinstall the Windows.

Remote PC support providers offer Windows XP Upgrade support to the PC users. These companies offer round the clock services to fix any type of computer problems.

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