Computer Keeps Restarting, How to easily fix this problem?

Computer Keeps Restarting, How to easily fix this problem?
Monday, 16 September, 2019 108 Views Computers & Internet
Hardware failure or system instability can cause the computer to reboot automatically. The problem could be the RAM, Hard Drive, Power Supply, Graphic Card or External devices: – or it could be an overheating or BIOS issue

Monday, 16 September, 2019

Does your computer keep restarting? Don’t alarm we are going to discuss suggestions and tips to make you identify your problem and fix it.

Now the question that genuinely raises “Why does my computer restart automatically, what’s the reason behind this?” See this may be due to some corrupted driver issue, faulty hardware or malware infection.

So below are some issues and their solutions. Read carefully and walk through the instructions carefully to troubleshoot the issue.

1.   Disable the automatically restart trait:

·        Boot your system into safe mode.

·      When your system comes into safe mode, press “Windows key” + “R” simultaneously on your keyboard.

·        Enter sysdm.cpl in the text field and tap on OK.

·        Click on Advanced Settings tab and tap on Settings in the Startup and Recovery field.

·        Uncheck Automatically Restart check box. Check on Write an event to the system log if it’s not selected. So it will actually record the issue when it occurs.

·        Tap on the OK tab to save all the settings. 

2.   Check your hardware problems:

There can be a possibility that your faulty hardware keeps your system restart automatically. We are highlighting some issue in this section.

·        Analyze your RAM: Random Access Memory can be among issues of an automatic restart. Check your RAM or the slot in which it’s inserted. Clean it and insert it back in the slot properly.

·        Check your CPU: Overheating CPU can lead to automatic restart. What you need is to wipe off the dust from CPU and clean the processor’s fan.

·        Check your external devices: Unplug all the external devices connected with your system and check whether your issue is resolved or not.

3.   Update all your drivers: It may be possible that your drivers are outdated or you are missing some relevant driver. Thus analyze the status of all your drivers if needed update them.

You can update your drivers manually or automatically.

Manual update: This needs some time and technical skills. You can visit the official manufacturing website your driver, then search and install the accurate driver for your system.

Automatic update: There are lots of tools for automatic driver update. For example Driver Easy. You can go with its free version. It will actually scan your entire system and detect the issue.

So following are the steps to configure this issue:

·        Download and install Driver Easy in your system.

·        Execute Driver Easy and tap on Scan now this will easily detect the error.

·        Tap on the Update tab to automatically download the correct version of the required driver.

·        Restart your system and check whether the issue is solved or not.

4.   Run a virus scan:

Perform a full virus scan in your system to make the system operate properly. You may execute with a legitimate anti-virus tool such as Quick Heal, Norton, etc.

So when scanning completes following the onscreen instructions to fix any problem detected by your anti-virus. Restart your system and check the status whether it’s solved or not.

Hope this answer comes out as a one-stop solution for you and resolves your problems.

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