If your Computer Keeps Restarting, chances are it’s related to a hardware issue. Diagnosing hardware can be difficult because it’s usually intermittent. Here are a few things to try if your computer keeps restarting. Make sure your computer has the latest updates from Microsoft. Make sure your drivers are up to date. Video, sound, motherboards and network cards are very important to check. When it comes to your computer restarting on you, don’t rule out a virus. Update your virus program and run it. If the cooling fans in your computer are not doing their job, this will overheat your computer, forcing it to reboot. The computers of today have safeguards that shut down the system if a component fails or overheats. Overall system instability due to an overloaded hard drive, CPU or a heavy game, graphic intense application like Photoshop with over-sized images and hundreds of layers etc. Make sure your computer is clean and know what is running on it https://indege..alis/. Take a look at which web browser extensions are installed, Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Internet Explorer etc.
Opening a photo in Photoshop CC on Windows 10 would generate this error – Windows Bad Image. The fix that worked for me was reinstalling Photoshop into a new directory. I tried to reinstall it into it’s old directory but the error would return. When finished restart your PC, done.
Note: There are many variants of the Windows Bad Image Error. Search Google see for yourself. For me it was all about Photoshop. 🙂
Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible. [Fixed]
There are a few different ways to fix this issue. I will talk about what worked for me. Here is how it starts, you open Firefox only to experience a pop-up saying: Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible.
Here is how I fixed it on Windows 7 Home Premium.
Press the Windows Key + R and type %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox into the Run box and hit enter. Delete your profiles.ini file. The next time you open Firefox a new profiles.ini file and a new default profile will be created. This fix may or may not work for you, but this is what worked for me. I hope this helps.
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1. SET WINDOWS UPDATE TO RUN AUTOMATICALLY
A computer that is not updating is more likely to run slow or be exploited for vulnerabilities. Random reboots, blue screens, viruses, spyware etc.
2. INSTALL ANTI VIRUS SOFTWARE THAT WORKS IN REAL-TIME
In most cases, free versions of anti virus software will do the basics, which in some cases may be enough. Basic virus scans, quarantines and deletes. Premium paid versions of anti virus software have the one feature I like, real-time protection. I like Malwarebytes Premium. After installing this or any anti virus software, update the program’s virus definitions and run a scan.
3. PROTECT YOUR ELECTRONICS
Unplug all computers, electronic devices and your home theater etc. This includes telephone wires and ethernet cables. Lighting travels through those wires too.
4. BACKUP YOUR DATA
Windows comes with a backup solution that works well. Most versions of Windows will even create a complete image of your system. But if you want to venture outside Windows you could try any of these cloud services. Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox and iCloud. These cloud based services work. They are easy to figure out and will help you backup your data safely.
5. KNOW THE MOUSE
Right click for a menu, left click to select or open. Right click in different programs or locations on your screen and you will get a different menu.
6. DON’T PULL THE PLUG
Never pull the power cord from a live powered on computer. (costly damage may occur to your computer, especially if it’s old)
7. PROTECT YOURSELF
Never log into more than 1 website at a time, especially if it’s financially related. Make a habit of logging out of your sessions/accounts before you walk about from your computer. Never have multiple sessions active in the same browser.
When you least expect it is when you need to know your usernames and passwords. If you like to use a pen and paper, great, just keep it in one place. If you like to create folders on your desktop and create new text files inside it, perfect.
9. FAST INTERNET
Get the fastest internet speed you can afford. More and more we are streaming video from YouTube, gaming, downloading large files, photos, Facebook etc. For all this to work quick and smoothly you need a fast connection.
10. BUY A HEAVY DUTY UPS
Plug your modem, wireless router, computers and electronic devices into your UPS. (Uninterruptible Power Supply) The bigger and more expensive the UPS, the longer you will be able to play when the power goes out.
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There are many ways to improve Windows 7 hard drive performance. In this tutorial I will show you how to enable Write Cashing on your Windows 7 computer.