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Sunday, January 1, 2012

Revive A Crashed NOTEBOOK - Frozen Notebook

You’re undoubtedly familiar with this scenario: Things are going fine with your notebook when suddenly you can’t switch between multiple applications or a program hangs when you try to open it. The mouse and keyboard may or may not respond, and you usually have to restart the computer, which is an inconvenience that can turn into a disaster if you haven’t saved your work.

Freezes are often the result of memory overload. The memory in your notebook has a certain capacity, and if there are too many processes running simultaneously, your notebook may freeze because it can’t keep up. Malware is a common culprit in causing freezes, and sometimes two programs in conflict with each other can freeze your computer, especially if the computer doesn’t have sufficient processing power or memory. If the keyboard or mouse is responsive, start troubleshooting by pressing CTRLALT- DELETE. Enter the Task Manager and end the program you believe may have caused the freeze (usually the last you attempted to open). A problematic application name may be labeled “not responding,” which helps you identify

Freezes are often the result of memory overload. The memory in your notebook has a certain capacity, and if there are too many processes running simultaneously, your notebook may freeze because it can’t keep up. Malware is a common culprit in causing freezes, and sometimes two programs in conflict with each other can freeze your computer, especially if the computer doesn’t have sufficient processing power or memory. If the keyboard or mouse is responsive, start troubleshooting by pressing CTRLALT- DELETE. Enter the Task Manager and end the program you believe may have caused the freeze (usually the last you attempted to open). A problematic application name may be labeled “not responding,” which helps you identify


If the freeze occurs each time you open a specific program, make sure you have installed any updates or patches that the program might need. If a program is out-of-date, it may cause your notebook to freeze each time you open it because it is incompatible with another program or the OS. If a specific program doesn’t seem to be causing the problem, try defragmenting your hard drive. Defragmenting combines fragmented files and cleans up your hard drive so that your notebook can access files faster. If it takes less effort to find and access files, your notebook will use a smaller amount of its memory capacity and thereby gain the ability to perform more actions simultaneously. If your notebook still suffers from regular freezes, notify your IT department; you may need to reinstall the OS.

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