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What is causing my computer to freeze?

What is causing my computer to freeze?

Your computer could be freezing for a number of potential reasons. Overheating, faulty software, faulty hardware, and issues with your memory are just a few of the potential causes of chronic freezes. If your computer only freezes once, it probably isn’t anything concerning.

How to figure out why my computer keeps freezing?

Try to access the desktop of the computer by any means.

  • From a remote computer that is preferably in the same network and subnet,go to Registry Editor > Connect Network Registry.
  • Make sure that there’s a paging file (pagefile.sys) on the system drive of the computer,and it’s at least 100 MB over the installed RAM.
  • What to do if your computer has frozen or crashed?

    Try to access the computer through Remote Desktop,Citrix,and so on.

  • Use the domain account or local administrator account to log on the computer by using one of the Remote Physical Console Access features,such as Dell Remote Access Card (DRAC),…
  • Test ping to the computer.
  • Access administrative shares (\\\\ServerName\\c$).
  • How to unfreeze your computer when its locked up?

    Your subscription has expired or renewal has failed. View your Microsoft Office account information.

  • Your 100GB Samsung bonus has expired. This was for a fixed period of time and cannot be renewed.
  • Other OneDrive storage that you purchased or gained through a promotion has expired.
  • You haven’t signed in lately.
  • What to do when your computer is slow or freezes?

    Fine-tune your mailbox. You receive hundreds of emails on a daily basis.

  • Delete outdated files. The packing list for that trip to your high school reunion?
  • Revisit which apps to launch at startup.
  • Take out the trash.
  • Uninstall unused and unwanted software.
  • Spring clean your hardware,too.