Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
For the past 2 months comp has crashing continually,have had engineers out on three occasions,they have all got it working again, 3 to 4 days later problems start occuring until bsod or just crash,have tried original master discs,PB diagnostic cd,PB boot disc 16, ultimate boot etc.I cannot afford to keep paying out for techs who have only resolved the problem short term,have had this comp since 2005,before that was computer illiterate and not in the slightest interested,have become fascinated since then and was hoping to upgrade this xmas, i realise now how little i know and that 99% of problems are down to my thinking i would grasp at least the basics and with manuals available,would be able to solve problems myself,I feel frustated and completely out of my depth,as stated earlier have tried most things system optimizers,diagnostics etc,Apologies for length of desciption but feel am at wits end came across your ad so nothing ventured,nothing gained,hoping you can help or point me in the direction to go.thanks bob.
Reinstall a fresh copy of windows. If that Doesnt work, it means that it is a hardware problem, like your Ram or your Hard drive
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