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Windows 10 randomly crashing (Resolved).

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Best Answer OhAyePal , 12 October 2017 - 01:38 PM

It all seems great now. The most stable it has been since I rebuilt the pc. Last time I set it up, it had trouble finding drivers for a firewire card I have. This time no issues whatsoever. It ma... Go to the full post »


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Normally suggests a software issue such as a missing driver etc.

 

How did the reset work out for you.


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It just froze on the restarting now screen all night. In the morning a pressed reset on the case and it all reinstalled itself.

Since then it has been fine. I have got most programmes back on it, and it is stable
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Partially good news then, can you let us know if things go back to normal and you consider things to be stable after the reset  :thumbsup:


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It all seems great now. The most stable it has been since I rebuilt the pc.

Last time I set it up, it had trouble finding drivers for a firewire card I have. This time no issues whatsoever.

It may have been this
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Great news and thanks for letting us know that all was now well with your computer  :thumbsup:


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In addition to what phillpower2 said, did you do an antivirus scan?


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