COMPUTER REPAIR- Repairing a computer in a computer system is in my opinion to maintain and take good care of it, especially the more important thing is to always check the state of the CPU or parts that you consider important.
The computer won’t turn on how to fix it:
1). Check all the electricity connected to your PC.
Check all power lines. Is the power supply cable properly plugged in?
If you use UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply) and stabilizer AVR (Automated Voltage Regulator), make sure they are all in the ON position and can work properly.
If that’s not the case, the next possibility is your PC. Now do a check on the PC.
2). PC component check.
Make sure the power cable plugged into the power socket on the mainboard is plugged in properly. Try pressing the power connector attached to the power supply socket.
If it doesn’t turn on either, make sure all the cables connected to the power button on the case are properly attached to the pin connectors on the motherboard. Make sure the power supply is on, by testing it on another CPU.
If it turns out that the power supply is in good condition (through testing) and all cables are correct, it means that what needs to be checked is the motherboard and processor. Try installing your processor on another CPU similar to yours. Note, whether the CPU can be turned on? If the CPU can be turned on, it means damage to the motherboard.
Usually, things like this, which are caused by damage to components on the motherboard, are relevant to power. For this problem, it is better to hand it over to an experienced technician.
The computer wants to turn on but won’t boot how to fix it:
Get to know the Beep in advance (the sound that comes out of the computer):
- Beep only once: A sign that the computer is in good condition.
- 1 long beep: There is a memory problem.
- Beep 1 time long and 3 times short: Damage to the VGA card.
- 1 long and 2 short beeps: Damage to DRAM parity.
- Continuous beep/sound: Damage to the memory or video memory module.
Check using diagnostic software such as Sisoft Sandra, PC Mark04, PC Mark05, etc.
The computer wants to boot but is always in Safe Mode (F8) how to fix it:
- Restart your computer.
- if you are still having trouble reinstalling your windows.
- if it’s still safe mode too, it means your HD has a problem.
- check with: scan disk.
Computer Hangs Often.
1) Computer hangs due to CPU overheating
Carefully open the heater and processor fan.
Clean the cooling fins and processor fan from dust, if the fan is stuck, put a little lubricating oil on the shaft if necessary replace the fan with a new one.
Clean the dry thermal paste that sticks to the processor and heatsink, and replace and apply a new thermal paste.
Carefully insert the processor, heat sink, and fan back into place. Pay attention to the position of the heatsink (cooling metal) and Processor fan, make sure the condition of the heater that has to install properly, especially for the type of heater for the LGA processor socket, and pay attention to the condition of each installed building.
2) The computer hangs because the Power Supply lacks power.
There are also times when the computer hangs because the Power Supply is damaged, although it does not cause total death, a lack of power in the power supply can cause the computer’s performance to hang and some USB devices are not detected or not working.
3) The computer hangs because of a problem with the hard drive.
Hard Disk Capacity Low Space.
To fix this, first, run Disk Cleanup to clean the hard drive from temporary files or junk files. How to run Disk Cleanup: click start – run – type: cleanmgr.
The data on the hard disk is fragmented so it needs to be defragmented.
Bad Sector hard drive where after Windows boots everything seems normal, but when I open a document and start working, suddenly the mouse and keyboard are silent, and the computer hangs. remove the hard drive and attach it to another computer then run the check disk program to check and repair the damage to the hard drive. After you finish repairing the hard drive, then reinstall it on the previous computer.
4) The computer hangs because the VGA Card is damaged.
Some computers also hang because there is damage to the VGA card. I have also experienced this when a friend complained about the condition of his computer, which suddenly hangs frequently. After I checked, it turned out that the heatsink on the VGA card was abnormally hot, for that I then replaced the VGA card and it turned out that after the VGA card I changed the condition of the computer to normal again.
5) Computer hangs due to a Memory problem.
Memory (RAM) is damaged or memory capacity that is less frequent is also a factor in the computer hangs. Double-check the actual memory installed with the memory capacity that is read by the computer because there are times when we install several memory chips that read only one chip. memory used but not worth some of the things that actually slow down and slow down your computer.
6) The computer hangs due to unsuitable drivers.
Driver hardware that does not match the installed hardware or drivers that do not match the operating system used can cause the computer to hang or even the computer bluescreen. To find out which drivers must be installed, we can use Driver Easy or use the DriverPack Solution DVD.
Problems with components Need serious handling because they are difficult to localize and get rid of without the right tools, expertise, and experience to support them. Here are some examples of common problems along with how to fix them.