Diagnosing Windows is still the most difficult part when you aren’t aware of the problem. This makes it even hard to troubleshoot your PC. Whenever you update your windows version or any other integral software of your hardware. There is an insignificant chance that your windows start malfunctioning. Windows update nowadays is more hazardous to our computers sometimes these updates even cause hardware failures. Bugs in updates are common nowadays companies are focusing more on releasing new products rather than giving better experiences to their existing users. One of the major problems with the windows is that they sometimes randomly shut down without doing anything. In-built troubleshooting software from Microsoft takes a lot of time. Its always been the problem, that the reason behind the blue screen to death remains unknown. Users don’t have any clue about why their windows behave like that. We are here to help you with that. here are some tips that help you diagnose and troubleshoot your windows like a Pro.
Initial Investigation of Your Windows.
The first rule of thumb is always to check your computer from the basics before doing any kind of trouble of shooting.
- Check the power supplies, wall power plug, and all the necessary cables are connected properly.
- Cables like 12 Pin power connectors to the motherboard and all other power connectors to the power supply. Make sure the power supply is getting enough energy to handle workloads.
Check background Processes and CPU temperature.
Open up any system monitoring tool like HWINFO or any other third-party software. You can also use a task manager to monitor all the background processes and CPU temperature.
Through task manager, you can check any task running wild or taking up your excess memory that causes your CPU to overheat. For your instance, on ide consumption, your CPU depending on your cooling will hover around 40 to 50 degrees Celcius. The hot spot temperature is in the 60s.
Diagnose Windows with Event Viewer.
Event viewer is basically a journal bookkeeping of the windows. It recorded basically all the data and records of tasks of your windows from updates to any malfunction. If you want to observe what happens with your windows when the last time it turns off.
This software is built-in Windows. Right Click to your Start Button and click on event viewer. This particular version of windows event viewer has been around since windows 2000 and it is basically unchanged in windows 11.
- In The Event Viewer go to Windows Logs and then go to System.
- There will be an exclamation mark that shows the problem just beside it. The date and time and the source of the problem will be mentioned.
The Event Viewer surely helps you to find a lead. Google the problem of source and you’ll find out multiple solutions on the internet