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|Reasons and solutions for computer keeps freezing
The most common causes for computer keeps freezing:
1. Free up disk space on the system drive
As we all know, if your system drive is running out of space, the Windows will keep freezing. Therefore, please make sure that you have enough free disk space on C drive. If not, you can try to delete some unwanted data or programs on your C drive.
2. Multiple programs are running at the same time
If various programs are running at the same time, your computer will start to freeze. To solve this problem, you only need to
Right-click Task Manager
Choose Task Manager
Click the Processes and find the frozen program.
Click End Task
3. Driver Corruption or Errors
Drivers are used to communicating with other hardware devices and the operating system. You should make sure that your drivers are always updated.
Excess heat can cause computer freezes. To avoid this, please make sure that your computer's vents are not blocked.
5. Insufficient RAM
If your computer always freezes up, the reason could be an inadequate RAM. You can consider upgrading your RAM or reinstalling the operating system to solve this issue.
6. Memory problem
A memory problem may cause Windows 10 to keep freezing. If you suspect your computer has memory problems, you can run the Windows Memory Diagnostics utility by completing the following steps:
Press Windows and R keys, type mdsched.exe in the run box and hit Enter.
Click Restart now and check for problems (recommended) to check for problems immediately.
Restart the windows, and you will get the following window showing the progress of the check and the number of passes it will run on memory. It might take several minutes for the tool to finish checking your computer's memory.
7. BIOS Settings
Modifying BIOS settings may put the system in the freeze mode. Resetting the BIOS to default could fix your freezing problem.
8. Faulty External Devices
Faulty USB or other external devices, including the mouse and keyboard connected to the system, can cause computer freezes. You can try to connect one device at a time to find out which method generates the issue. And update the USB drivers to fix this problem.
9. Computer Viruses
Sometimes, when your computer keeps freezing and not responding, you need to think about computer viruses. It is recommended to perform an antivirus check regularly.
10. The system files are corrupted or missing
The system files being damaged or missing may cause the computer keeps freezing. To solve this problem, you should restore your operating system.
11. Third-party Software Errors
Some applications may take up a lot of memory and attempt to perform actions or access resources that Windows cannot understand. If your computer isn't able to handle them, it will freeze up. To fix this, you should update the third-party software which is installed on your computer.
Tip: Sometimes, wrong operations will result in hard drive formatted and inaccessible data. Under this circumstance, you need to back up your data in advance. If you lost them, I recommend you recover lost data promptly.