How to Fix Your Own Pc?

This is the age of technology which is growing day by day. In the field of technology Computer is a wonderful invention. Some time it refuses to work the way it should. And you can avoid frustrating down by learning to fix your own Pc.

By Learning some simple troubleshooting techniques and step by step instruction, you solve your own Pc’s Hardware and Software problems.

There are some common problems which you can fix without any expert.
 What you do when?

A continually restarting Pc

There are some steps which guide you to preventing rebooting problem.
Restarting  Pc again and again has many causes, which include faulty and bad memory modules; out-of-date, corrupt, or missing drivers; software conflicts; overheating components, virus or malware, bad software  or bad hardware.

Your system restart itself if any of your hardware components is fail, lose connection or disconnect.  So if you see such problem with your Pc then must check hardware components.
Hard disk is a major part of Computer, Listen the spinning of your hard disk if it is not spinning then
Replace it. Even you must check, Fan of VGA card and motherboard, if it is silent then change it with another one.

BIOS; Another reason of rebooting Pc is the setting change in the bios. For this 1st you restart your Pc and access the Bios command.

When you entered the bios than look at load default, Load Optimized Defaults, Load Fail-Safe Defaults, or something similar option. First try to load the Optimized Defaults. If your Pc is still fails, re-enter the bios and load the Fail-Safe Defaults. If you don’t have a choice, simply load the default settings as described in your computer or motherboard manual. After confirmation of choice, you may have Select Save and Exit Option to restart your computer.

Still, if you face the problem then run Pc in Safe Mode and press winkey+r, write” msconfig “and uncheck the unnecessary program in startup. 

The Blue Screen of Death

The most infamous error is Blue screen of death. It’s so well-known that it has crept into the vernacular:
“O I was almost finishing my assignment when I got blue screen”. This phenomenon is known as BOSD.
The BSOD is perhaps the most despised error not only because it has wiped away countless hours of work over the years, but because of the obtuse way in which it does so.

Fortunately this error is rare in recent version of window then here is some trouble shouting steps to follow if you face BSOD.

While your system is rebooting press F8 and run your computer in Safe Mode. If all things run are right then reinstall software which you recently install.

Still you have blue screen then restart your system press F8 and chose the ADVANCE option. This time, choose Restore Last Known Good Configuration, which is a snapshot of your system as it existed before you last installed any drivers or other software. You will lose any system changes you’ve made since that point, but your documents will normally remain untouched by this process.        

Although the best step to defend BSOD is to: Save often, create frequent backups, and burn a little incense to curry favor with capricious PC spirits.

You Accidently Delete Something 

At some time you may lose important data due to system crash or accidently delete some files and backup copy is not available. It may ease your pain knowing there’s a good chance of getting your data back if you act quickly and logically.

Search for Your Files   

Just search for a file can tell you that you delete something or accidently saved file at another location.
First of all check your recently place which keep a list of opened files specific to that program on the File menu. Different program like Microsoft Word and Excel etc also contain list of freshly program which are opened.

If Search doesn’t find what you’re after, try using a wildcard (*) character and the document’s file extension, such as *.doc or *.xls etc. Search also has such advanced search options as Search Hidden Files, Folders and searching by file size, last modified date, and other criteria.

Use System Restore

System Restore is a computer‘s utility which restore your system’s setting back to previous setting or restore point. Restore point is a program which remove your recently install program and update. You

Install these programs after restore point. To use System Restore, click Start, Programs, Accessories, System Tools, System Restore, and follow the steps given.

Use Undelete Software

If your file is still missing, it’s time to r using an undelete program, which will scan your hard drive for data that’s still active but that Windows doesn’t recognize. Here it is important point that however, that an undelete program due to several reasons, May only retrieve portions of a file, including how Windows stores data. Rather than save a file in one location on a hard drive, Windows chops the file into smaller chunks, or clusters, that it fits into spaces on the drive as they become available. These spaces usually aren’t next to one another, and as new data is saved to a drive, it can write over various portions of the file.

Here are some undelete program, Win Recovery Software’s, PC Tools’ File Recover, Office Recovery’s, Que-Tek Consul ting’s File Scavenger 3 etc which you can use to restore your data.

Network Interface Cards

Most of today’s computers have a NIC integrated directly into the computer’s motherboard. If you have an older computer, the NIC is most likely installed in a PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) slot, or it may have an external NIC that attaches to a USB port.

Problem: The NIC has power (the lights blink), but my computer won’t connect to the network orto the Internet.

Solution: Sometimes the NIC must be “reset” so the router recognizes it. For this go to Control Panel and Double-click Network Connections. Click Repair This Connection in the Network Tasks box, wait for the process to complete, and click Close. If the connection still doesn’t work, you may need to uninstall and reinstall the NIC according to the instructions it came with.
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