Windows 10: Windows 10 freezes randomly

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  1.    20 Oct 2016 #721

    This is important; everyday, even though it says automatic, check for updates manually and daily.Also, every time you make a change to your computer, check for updates.
    You have to understand that Windows will not function unless updated.
    Maybe when your made changes you did not update and that is why you had trouble. Keep checking for updates; Start >setting>update and security= check for updates. Keep updating and accept all of them.
    Only pros can tell if there is one they may not agree with so accept all of them. If one is wrong it will be corrected later.

    So, always update daily, especially when you install anything or make a change.
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  2.    20 Oct 2016 #722

    Hi Brother,

    I shall be doing it first thing in the morning. Now, I used to a cleaner. Does IOrbit have a cleaner? Also, I used to have Filezilla FTP FREE.


    maranna said: View Post
    This is important; everyday, even though it says automatic, check for updates manually and daily.Also, every time you make a change to your computer, check for updates.
    You have to understand that Windows will not function unless updated.
    Maybe when your made changes you did not update and that is why you had trouble. Keep checking for updates; Start >setting>update and security= check for updates. Keep updating and accept all of them.
    Only pros can tell if there is one they may not agree with so accept all of them. If one is wrong it will be corrected later.

    So, always update daily, especially when you install anything or make a change.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    20 Oct 2016 #723

    I would use neither especially the cleaner. Once it is stable, leave it alone..
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  4.    20 Oct 2016 #724

    O.K. Brother.

    maranna said: View Post
    I would use neither especially the cleaner. Once it is stable, leave it alone..
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  5.    20 Oct 2016 #725

    My computer crashed and my monitor went black and off. No blue screen appeared. But it restarted after couple of attempts. Should I go back to restore point set earlier?

    Hope it won't crash again. I will check for updates.

    Thanks for keeping with me.

    nijjhar said: View Post
    O.K. Brother.
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  6.    21 Oct 2016 #726

    Please if u have usb legacy enabled in bios try with usb legacy disabled.
    I have some gigabyte computer witch with windows 10 and usb legacy dont play well.
    Tip: better if u have a ps/2 keyboard if u cant go again into bios, but every motherboard after 2008 u can go into bios with a usb keyboard if u have legacy disabled.
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  7.    21 Oct 2016 #727

    I am not that technical minded but I will try to go into BIOS.

    Thanks.

    boombastik said: View Post
    Please if u have usb legacy enabled in bios try with usb legacy disabled.
    I have some gigabyte computer witch with windows 10 and usb legacy dont play well.
    Tip: better if u have a ps/2 keyboard if u cant go again into bios, but every motherboard after 2008 u can go into bios with a usb keyboard if u have legacy disabled.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  8.    21 Oct 2016 #728

    He said his computer is quite old so it may just have the older BIOS. I would not go there.
    If you keep pressing the power button you will damage the power supply. If you have new one then throw the old out after removing the hard drive. If you can stabilize then do not fool around with it like using cleaners. Yes if you can boot up, go to a restore point when it worked well. Then only let it update and no other adjustments.
    If it is not responsive then take out the hard drive and give it to a school or whoever will take it.
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  9.    21 Oct 2016 #729

    Thank you Brother. I will create a restore point now.


    maranna said: View Post
    He said his computer is quite old so it may just have the older BIOS. I would not go there.
    If you keep pressing the power button you will damage the power supply. If you have new one then throw the old out after removing the hard drive. If you can stabilize then do not fool around with it like using cleaners. Yes if you can boot up, go to a restore point when it worked well. Then only let it update and no other adjustments.
    If it is not responsive then take out the hard drive and give it to a school or whoever will take it.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  10.    24 Oct 2016 #730

    After a week the freeze and blue screen is back
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