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If you're wondering why your computer is crashing, then it’s not as simple as just quickly determining a problem. It could be either hardware or software. If it’s hardware, a few things to do or few things it could be is something wrong with the motherboard, something wrong with the RAM or something wrong with the hard drive. The three main things that will cause the hardware problems that will cause your computer to crash but it could be anything. It could be a graphics card and the drives are not working with it properly. In that case, that’s a software problem.
And software problems are a little hard to diagnose because it could be one of the thousand things. It could be the latest software that you’ve been stalled on your machine. It might not be working correctly with the other software on your machine. It could be the driver problems like I said before. Maybe you’ve got an incompatible driver with your hardware and it’s causing conflicts. But one of the more common reasons that your computer will crash is from a corrupt registry, this is on a windows machine. And the registry is a common place where all third party software will store keys and information about that software.
Sometimes when you delete that software, it doesn’t delete all the keys that it put there. So, you ended it up with a bloated registry. It’s got a lot of unneeded information and it will cause your computer to crash. So, one of the easiest things is to just run a third party registry cleaner software on you machine, see what it finds, see what it if picks up and you’ll be able to tell from there. Once you do a scan whether your computer is running better and not crashing.