How to Fix Computer Crash and Hang

PC Blue Screen crashes, unresponding or hangs  indeed very annoying. This disease came to a sudden, sometimes events we experienced while on the move with our computer or laptop. Ready or not, everyone must experience it not? Very upset, especially when all the data available we have not saved, and we had to be repeated from scratch again. It must be boring, what is the cause of computer crashes, unresponding or hangs?

This time I tried to share the experience with this problem, because I'm sure everyone would have experienced anything like this. Well, to avoid, prevent or find the cause of damage if it is already happening. There are a few tips from me that might be useful for you, based on my experience in dealing with this problem.

Computer crashes, unresponding or hangs usually there are several factors that cause this problem. The possibility is sometimes the problem is in RAM memory, could be a hard drive, an internal hardware problem / conflict or problem sometimes comes from within or software problems caused by viruses or uncompatible.

Here I explain some of my tips and solutions, overcoming problems that may be a common problem or people who happen.

1. RAM Memory Usage Check
Trivial problem that sometimes everyone does not pay attention to this one, sometimes we install or open source applications that are consuming large memory. Installing a sidebar widget that many, sweeteners desktop applications, or applications that are not so important to drain out the existing RAM memory. So the burden is so heavy usage, PC errors and finally hangs due to overload.

How to fix this, check the use of source memory in use until a safe limit so that computers can refresh the memory in use. How to open Task Manager,
* Check which applications are consuming the most memory and the less important applications are rarely used, then turn off if it was not necessary.
* Check virtual RAM / default paging file, create or change the setting according to any recommendations and the ability of main memory.

2. Check hard disk free space
Sometimes we are so cool when you move or enter the file to your hard drive, so forget. Although a large hard drive with a current capacity would be exhausted if no good file management.
Very low hard drive hamper the performance of the computer itself. So the solution,
* Always check the hard drive capacity, especially on Drive C or the drive system is very vital
* Leave enough room around 10% or at least there is free space above 500 MB.
* Delete files meantime, either manually or automatically with the help of software. To delete the temporary files manually, open the directory C: \Windows\Temp and C:\Windows\system32\temp

3. Uninstall Applications Not in use or rarely used
Application of unused obsolete and rarely used, just take space in the disk, Remove or uninstall if it is rarely used and not necessary.

4. Hardisk File Management
Get used to place the file or document in a separate drive, if your hard drive for only one partition to be divided by two, Drive C to Drive D for the system and our archives.
Do not forget to defragment your hard drive regularly, to optimize PC performance.

This is very serious, it always used to update Antivirus with the latest updates. Scan your computer periodically. Do not wait until the computer has been infected by new virus scan first.
Because little damage to the system to be fatal.

5. Check Uncompatible Driver
Hangs on Computers can also be caused by a VGA is not compatible. Check the driver, if all have been checked but still often hangs, then unplug it just VGA, use the VGA on board only.

6. Processor Cooling Fan
Do not take lightly the same cooling fan. Although it looks simple, but the cooling fan has a very large role to maintain the safety of the computer. Leaning slightly install, could lead to computer often hangs, can even cause your computer's processor on fire. So always check the cooling fan, and also be diligent to clean the computer, use a brush to clean the slots on the motherboard.

7. Power Suply or Stabilizer
Make sure the power supply has passed the stabilizer before getting into your computer's power supply. Incoming voltage instability can also cause frequent computer hangs.

Similarly, little tips and share this experience may be helpful to you. Oke,


  1. Inorder for visit to run it needs to have at least 512mb ram, 25gigabyte of free space on your hard drive. I would also do a scan disk on your hd see if it has bad sector on it. what error did you get. Did it just shut down when you are using it? Did the screen black out is there light on your laptop.

  2. Of course, if there are bad sectors on the hard drive, the computer usually does not respond and show the BSOD screen. Informing that there is abnormal on your harddrive.