What is your PC all about? Have you used the computer manual that comes along with your system? Irrespective of a yes or a no, you definitely need to know many more thing about your system than mentioned in it. This can simply happen with some bites of knowledge that you may add to your technical soundness about your system by keeping in mind the below mentioned issue.
PC keeps rebooting and troubling
Version: XP, Vista, 7
If your system is no more obeying your commands and is doing as it wishes to do, then definitely your technical hand is needed. In case your system automatically restarts after fooling you with a blue screen, then it’s sure that it has encountered a STOP error. If this happens just once then it’s fine, but if it continues to happen then you need to pay attention.
If you are a happy-go Vista and Windows 7 user then you can stop Windows automatically restarting from the Windows boot menu that should appear; if you use XP click Start, right-click My Computer and select Properties > Advanced tab. After all this click Settings under “Startup and Recovery” and un-tick “Automatically restart” before clicking OK twice.
Now when you are already amid of the STOP error, your blue screen will be describing well about the error. In such a case just note down the description, any files it refers to, and the STOP error code. After this use the noted down substances to surf web and if it fits in well then you may surely get the solution.
Set up file-sharing problems
Version: XP, Vista, 7
Sharing is a healthy habit and same even applies with the files resting in your system. So to verify your PCs are on the same network be it any, wireless or wired – also the fact that they all are on the workgroup (click Start, right-click Computer and select Properties; in XP you need the Computer Name tab). And then comes the biggest question is File and Printer Sharing enabled?
Now to get the issue sorted out start with checking from the Network and Sharing Center in Vista/Windows 7 – at this point of time it’s necessary to ensure your network is Home or Work. In case you are on Windows 7 click Choose home-group and sharing options > Change advanced sharing settings; in case the OS is XP then right-click a folder and choose Properties > Sharing tab.
After this it is important to disable password protected file sharing in Vista or Windows 7 if sharing with PCs running XP, and also check that your network isn’t restricted by your firewall, as this may become the sole reason behind all the messed up issues.
So these are few of the most disturbing problems that may any day wake you up from a deep sleep and destroy all your dreams. Before all these gets actuality, better is to keep the solutions ready.
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