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    If yours PC Windows va in crash, ie it suddenly freezes or worse still appears blue screen, while using some programs or during games, below you will find useful information on how to solve the problem or at least improve it.
    Especially when playing games, the crash or freeze of the PC becomes a very annoying thing, to be solved absolutely. Here are 7 tips to follow to try to solve the crash problem during games or use of various software.

    1. Install updated drivers
    2. Disable programs running in the background
    3. Prevent your PC from overheating
    4. Run a memory check
    5. Avvia System File Checker
    6. Check your hardware

    Way 1: Install latest drivers

    If a device driver is missing or out of date it could also interrupt the execution of the game or any program. It is therefore necessary to update the device drivers, especially the drivers of the Graphic card (video card) and chipset, and see if this is causing the game or program in question to freeze.

    There are two ways to update drivers: manually and automatically.

    To update your drivers manually you need some computer skills and patience because you have to find exactly the right driver online, download and install it step by step.

    If you don't want to waste a lot of time and risk worsening the situation we advise you to update drivers automatically making use of a program like Driver Easy,

    Driver Easy will automatically recognize your system and find the correct drivers for it. You don't have to worry about knowing exactly which system is running on your computer, you don't have to risk downloading and installing the wrong driver, and you don't have to risk making a mistake during installation.
    You can automatically update your drivers with the FREE or Pro version of Driver Easy. Here are the steps to follow.

    From the following link you can download Driver Easy for free:

    Support Windows 10/8/7 / Vista & XP

    1) Download and install Driver Easy.

    2) Start the program and click on the button Scan Now. Driver Easy will scan your entire system and look for any driver problems.

    3) Click on the button Update next to the devices or drivers in error to correct and update them. Or click on the button "Update All”To update them all at the same time (however, it is essential to activate the PRO version of the program).

    That's all. Once the drivers have been updated try to use your computer again and verify that the crash no longer occurs during games or use of programs.


    Way 2: Disable background programs

    Most games use a lot of memory, so it becomes necessary to close background programs before playing or using software that requires a lot of system resources. To disable programs that run in the background (many of which are also useless) here are the steps to follow:

    1. Awards Ctrl+ Shift+ Esc to open the Task Manager window
    2. Select the programs (under the background processes section) that you want to disable and click on "End" at the bottom right
    3. Play the crashing game or program again and see if it's fixed.

    Way 3: Prevent PC Overheating

    If your computer boots normally but suddenly freezes while you are playing, it is possible that the crash is caused by the overheating.
    Overheating is known to be one of the reasons for slowdowns and crashes, especially when running a high-powered game. To prevent your computer from freezing from overheating while playing games, you need to clean the dust on the fan and other hardware. In this regard, search on google for detailed guides on how to proceed with this cleaning.

    Way 4: Start a "memory check"

    A faulty memory card can definitely cause your computer to crash. To see if this card is causing the crash problem, you need to do a memory check:

    1. Press the keys Windows Logo + R to open the “Run” window.
    2. Write mdsched.exe I awarded Submit.
    3. The following window will open asking you if you want Reboot and locate any problems (recommended) or Identify any problems next time you start.
    4. When Windows restarts, a screen will appear showing the progress of the check and the number of steps performed on the memory card. If you don't see any errors, the memory card is probably not causing your problem and you can move on to the solution below.

    Way 5: Launch System File Checker

    The problem "PC crashes while playing”Could also be caused by system file corruption. You can run the System File Checker and see if there are any missing or damaged system files. If there are any, the command SFC / scannow (System File Checker) will repair them.

    1. Press the keys Windows Logo + R to open the “Run” window.
    2. Type "cmd" and press Ctrl+ Shift+ Enter together to open Command Prompt like administrator.
    3. Write the command sfc / scannow and do Submit.
    4. A system scan should begin and will take some time. When finished, restart your computer and see if the problem is resolved. If not, try the next method. 

    Way 6: Hardware Check

    As a PC gamer, you certainly know that sometimes the problems are not software related but hardware related. If the components are not installed correctly or are too old, the hardware needs to be upgraded.

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