Computer crashes every now and then – How to fix it?

Does your computer crash very often or every now and then? The possible cause behind the crash is the hard disk drive failure. Hard Drive is a device for storing and retrieving digital information, primarily computer data. The failure of hard disc causes the computer to boot frequently and causes the system to crash. Many users believe that some kind of software failure can even lead to system crash, but if your system is unable boot after the system crashes, then it’s very clear that there is a failure in the hard drive. Follow the tutorial to diagnose the problem and fix it.

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Before fixing the problem, you need to figure out whether it is the hard drive or any software problem that cause the system to crash. Pull the HDD out of the computer and attach it via a USB Adapter or put it in a USB Enclosure and attach it to a working computer. If you can access the drive, then it shows that the HDD is all good. You can copy any files off of it. If not, you can use the totally free Test Disk or Easeus Data Recovery or GetDataBack NTFS to recover your data from the HDD. If upon connection with the working computer the HDD fails to respond, then its clear that the HDD has failed. The common error messages that are often displayed due to the hard drive failure are discussed below.

Common Symptoms or Error Messages of Hard Drive Failure

  • Unusual sounds from the hard drive.
  • Computer continuously reboots.
  • Microsoft system blue screens.
  • Hard drive or device not recognized or not found.
  • Hard drive is not formatted.
  • System freezes or hangs.
  • Operating system not found.

If it is HDD default you can’t use the eRecovery option to restore your file as eRecovery sets the computer back to Factory Defaults and you will lose all of your personal files, it does not recover files. In order to backup your files., you will need to use the recovery programs or tools like Test Disk or Easeus Data Recovery or GetDataBack NTFS. You can backup your files to an external drive that is the same size or larger than the original, and then you would run a Diagnostic program on the HDD.

You need to download the ISO image for Seatoolsand burn the image to CD using IMGBurn. Boot off of the newly created CD and run the Short and long tests on the drive. If the HDD passes both tests, then you can be able to run eRecovery which will restore your computer to Factory Defaults. Restore your backed up files. However, if either diagnostic test fails, the HDD will need to be replaced.

Alternatively, you can remove the HDD and attach it to a different computer, then you can download WD DataLifeGuard for Windows and run the short and long tests on the drive. If either test fails the HDD needs to be replaced. If it passes the test put it back into the computer run eRecovery .

Upon replacing the hard disc drive, use the recovery tools like Test Disk or Easeus Data Recovery or GetDataBack NTFS to restore your files and folders. Easeus Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition can recover deleted files or folders even when they have been emptied from Recycle Bin, recover data due to format, lost partition, system crash, and virus attack. This can restore the files from formatted disk, dynamic disk, deleted or lost partition with original file names and storage paths. GetDataBack Data Recovery can track all the files that are deleted accidentally. It even works with corrupted drives and those not recognized by Windows.

The procedures discussed above will fix the computer crashing problem and make the system function properly.

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