There are quite a number of windows computer related problems that can prove to be a pain in the neck if not dealt with. These problems normally seem like rocket science but the truth is they can be easily fixed. Some these problems include:
A PC that Does Not Boot When It is Turned On
Did you turn on your PC but did not see any Windows program? Do not have a panic attack. This problem can be fixed by booting the PC from a Windows DVD or through a recovery disc.
Step 1:This computer fix is done by inserting the disc, then clicking on system repair. After that one will be required to select system repair disc and then follow the required prompts.
Step 2: If the PC fails to boot from the DVD or CD then you will be required to change the boot order which allows the optical CD/DVD drive to come before hard drive.
Step 3: In the scenario that the CD/DVD boots then you will be required to follow the prompts. Following the prompts will likely help you detect the problem through the utility program which will be automatically fixed.
Blue Screens when the computer is in operation
Many are the times when you are working on your PC and suddenly your screen turns blue filled with meaningless text. Most people usually fix this PC problem by rebooting. However; if this is something that happens more often, it means that there is a serious problem that needs a serious computer fix.
Step 1: Normally, your windows program should have a record of these errors which are logged on as ‘blue screens of death’ or BsoDs. In order to view these records and make sense out them, one is normally required to download and a run a program known as BlueScreenView. This program gives you the capability to view various programs that were running during the blue screen event.
Step 2: If a same driver occurs when these crashes occurred, it means that the driver needs to be up updated. When updating this driver always ensure that it is current.
You Cannot Access Administrator Password
Sometimes your PC can be left stranded as a result of the password factor. If you do not remember your password to the administrator account it means you wont be able to change crucial settings, install software or possibly access encrypted data. However this can be fixed with an offline NT password and registry editor.
Step 1: Start by double clicking the registry editor file will prompt windows to burn it in CD.
Step 2: After that you will be required to boot the CD and follow the instructions provided.
Viruses and Malware
Many people often deal with infected Windows PCs. An infected computer prevents it from functioning properly. Normally such problems are usually fixed by an Anti Virus program which detects the virus or malware and fixes it.
However, if your Anti-Virus program ain’t doing the trick for you, you can always boot your PC in to safe mode. Windows pc computers will definitely not load a third party software.