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    How to solve the computer problem of hanging?

    Display stops on PC.

    how to slove the computer problem of hanging at time start the pc and sometimes running and monitor display show stop the program but fan is running and mouse,keyboard not working .....
  • #21303
    You may need to give a proper description to the kind of issues you have been facing. Complete details like the make and model, operating system and the error messages being received would be more crucial for suggesting any remedial measure.
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  • #21304

    I suggest you to post your problem in Ask Expert section with all those details that Timmappa has suggested you. There you would get many expert suggestions.
    For the time being, I can make a guess work that your system might have caught up some virus, else it could have accumulated dust, the USB ports might face some hardware issues and lastly, your system might have slowed down because of lesser disk space.
    Rest you can know only after re-posting the answer with proper details in the proper section.

  • #21306
    kaspersky anti virus not updated. updated anti virus this moment. my computer monitors display stop but fan is running .....

  • #21307
    Firstly you must mention the proper details in your question for what you want a solution. Secondly, you may ask such questions in the Ask Expert section so as to get better solutions or responses to your questions from the experts. But still if you want answer to your question then I would like to help you.

    Computer hanging problems are mainly due to the presence of the harmful viruses on your computer so you can overcome this problem by installing a good antivirus on your computer so as to find the viruses and then remove them. The second reason can be the looseness in the wires attached to your system so you must make sure to check them properly.

    The problem which you are facing is related to booting so the solution for that is as under. And if your monitor screen doesn't start up but the fans are working then I have a great solution for it because I have faced this problem just yesterday with my computer and as I know much to overcome such common problems of computer so I corrected it myself. And now I am passing up the solution to you:-
    So first make sure that all wires are properly attached to your system. If this didn't work then clean up the dust in your system. If this also didn't work then come to the main one which is the RAM problem so remove the RAM from the slot it is in and then put it up in the other slot and then check it out. If this still doesn't work then ask a friend to give RAM to you then you may try to put it in in the slot of your system. If that works then you need to buy a new RAM to overcome your problem. And if still this doesn't work then come to the solution which I used with my computer which was:- I have a graphic card attached in my CPU's motherboard, I just removed the monitor screen wire from it and then attached the wire to the main motherboard without putting the graphic card in it. And that really worked with my computer. So now I helped you with my response but in future make sure to ask a solution for such problems in the Ask Expert section.


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  • #26759
    Wait a few moments for your system to catch up.
    If your PC hangs while doing something processor- or RAM-intensive, it might unfreeze on its own if you give it some time. Instead of clicking around or trying to close programs, try waiting to see if the problem resolves on its own.
    If the screen went black when your computer froze, try pressing Windows key + Ctrl + Shift + B to reset your video card drivers.

    End hung tasks in the Task Manger.
    If your PC won't unfreeze on its own, press Control + Shift + Esc at the same time to display all open apps in Task Manager.
    If you can't open Task Manager this way, try pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del and then clicking Task Manager. You can also right-click the Start menu and select Task Manager.
    Once Task Manager opens, look for the app using the most CPU, Memory, Disk, or GPU resources.
    To stop the problem app, click its name and select End Task. It may take a few moments for the app to close.

    Restart your PC.
    If your PC is still unresponsive and/or you can't open the Task Manager, there's not much else you can do until you restart your PC. Press and hold the Power button on your laptop or desktop computer until the screen turns off, then press the Power button again to turn it back on.
    If your PC's screen turned blue before it froze (an error known as the Blue Screen of Death), you can analyze the crash dump files to see which software, hardware, or drivers lead to the crash.


  • #26761
    Computer hanging can be a frustrating problem to deal with, but there are several things you can try to solve the issue:

    Check for any software updates and install them, as they may include fixes for the issue.

    Run a virus scan to ensure that your computer is not infected with any malware or viruses that could be causing the problem.

    Free up disk space by deleting any unnecessary files or programs that are taking up space on your hard drive.

    Close any programs that you are not using, as having too many programs running at once can cause your computer to slow down or hang.

    Check the hardware components of your computer, such as the RAM or hard drive, to ensure that they are functioning properly. You may need to replace faulty hardware to resolve the issue.

    If none of these steps resolve the issue, it may be worth seeking the help of a professional technician or IT support team to diagnose and fix the problem.

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