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My PC crashes for no reason

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My PC freezes whenever I leave it on for a little bit. And it happens even if I don't have anything running, like it still freezes if I just turned on my PC and left it alone. It doesn't happen all the time though.

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Sound like a driver issue. 

 

Or your computer have accumulated too much dust in it.

 

Can you access the Event Viewer and look up what happened just before crash? (Error  or Critical messeges)

Go to Event Viewer -> Windows Logs ->  Click on "System" and messages will load on the right panel as shown below

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48 minutes ago, Supersonicwolfe said:

Sound like a driver issue. 

 

Or your computer have accumulated too much dust in it.

 

Can you access the Event Viewer and look up what happened just before crash? (Error  or Critical messeges)

Go to Event Viewer -> Windows Logs ->  Click on "System" and messages will load on the right panel as shown below

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@Supersonicwolfe Looks like all my warnings and errors are coming from DistributedCOM, idk what that means though.

 

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28 minutes ago, VeryCoolKidXD said:

 

@Supersonicwolfe Looks like all my warnings and errors are coming from DistributedCOM, idk what that means though.

 

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Click on one or several of these messages and see what's it about

 

 

 

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Also locate Errors before Kernel-Power / Kernel - Boot telling you computer had just restarted. Some errors maybe harmless (e.g. the DistributedCom before is right when I am trying to turn off the computer.).

 

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15 minutes ago, Supersonicwolfe said:

Click on one or several of these messages and see what's it about

 

 

 

Below is an example

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Also locate Errors before Kernel-Power / Kernel - Boot telling you computer had just restarted. Some errors maybe harmless (e.g. the DistributedCom before is right when I am trying to turn off the computer.).

 

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@Supersonicwolfe I couldn't find any errors right before kernel power/boot. It could just be driver issues

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This seems to be a drive with a Windows distribution installed on another PC. Is that the case ?

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If Yes, you may need to do a backup of YOUR files, download all your drivers from MFGs and back those up too.

Do a Sysprep, reboot, re-install your drivers, then copy your files back.

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Looks like you removed a hardware without uninstall the driver or companion software. 

See if there are more information in the Details tab. 

 

Also, go to your Device Manager and see if there are any hardware warnings or unrecognized. Try install drivers from your motherboard/GPU etc's official website instead using Generic Microsoft drivers.

 

An easier solution would be just reset your PC, before doing that make a backup of your drivers (from official website) and your files (include a copy of your "users" folder, some of game saves and program's preference is saved in "C:\Users\$your username$\AppData" ).

The down side is you will have to reinstall all your programes

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