Computer Crash: Some Solutions
Over the years, amazing developments in computer design and software have created a myth of security around the computer. Most Las Vegas computer systems actually have serious vulnerabilities. The experience of a computer failure of some kind is common; the best way to handle it is to be prepared.
Some of the most likely culprits include:
1. Hard disk failure: If the system uses a mechanical hard drive, or HHD, the wear and tear on the moving parts can eventually lead to a hard drive failure. Loss of data is common. One solution is to install a second hard drive to run the operating system. Separating the hard drive that runs the operating system from the drive that stores data extends the life of the storage hard drive; however, regular back-ups are always recommended.
2. Malware: There are many antivirus programs on the market, and many of them are also the targets of malware attacks! Microsoft Security Essentials is a free program that can be downloaded from their website, and it provides industry-standard protection against all of the latest threats.
3. RAM: This is one of the most overlooked areas. Many computer systems operated perfectly under the original conditions. Then, a complex software program running graphics and plug-ins was installed, which resulted in a crash. Software requires hardware support. Each processing core should have 2 GB of RAM in order to run optimally.
Knowledge is the key to harnessing the power of your Las Vegas computer. Every problem you encounter is actually a learning opportunity in disguise. Give us a call if you need help with this kind of problem!