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There is a possibility that your computer may have been too hot which was why it froze. You can also try reinstalling your gpu driver as well as try to close down applications in the background because if you have too many things opened in the background at once it can slow things down.
Instead of going to the start menu, choosing shutdown,
then waiting for the computer to shut all the programs down, you can create
a shortcut on the desktop to do it quickly. You can create a shutdown,
restart, or a logoff icon on your desktop which will work a lot quicker than
using the usual buttons in the start menu. Here's how to create a shutdown shortcut on your desktop
1. Go to your blank desktop 2. Right click on a blank space and a menu will appear 3. Choose New from the menu 4. Then choose Shortcut 5. Where it says type the location of the item type in shutdown.exe -s 6. Then press next 7. Now enter a name for your icon. Mine is called SHUTDOWN NOW 8. Press next 9. The Shutdown shortcut will be on your desktop
Different combination you can type in when creating a shortcut to shutdown, restart, or logoff.
Shutsdown your computer in 30 seconds and will close all programs and ask you to save all work.
shutdown.exe -r Restarts your computer in 30 seconds.
shutdown.exe -l This one will logoff your computer back to the welcome screen where you will need to login again.
shutdown.exe -s -t 1 Shutsdown your computer in one second. the -t 1 tells it how long to wait. (one second in this case) You can put -t 10 or even -t 1120.
shutdown.exe -s -t 15 -c "Goodbye you idiot" This is my favorite code. It will shutdown in 15 seconds and have a message in the box saying "Goodbye you idiot" The -c "bla bla bla" stands for a comment.
* to stop the computer from shutting down type shutdown /a into the run box located in the start menu.. * -f will force everything to close immediately without asking to save anything.
Your operating system is corrupted with either a virus and/or missing drivers. That blue screen of death your receiving is because of missing or corrupted and the computer doesn't know what to do so it crashes. I would do a clean install of windows.
The first step is to determine whether your computer is getting a
blue screen because of an internal program problem or a hardware
malfunction. 80% of the time, blue screens are caused by internal
common symptoms or signs of a hardware issue is a pattern of consistent
behavior leading up to the blue screen crash. In the case of an over
heating problem, you likely would notice that your fan in your computer
was running more often - or not at all. This would likely also come
with an increasingly repetitive crash cycle. For example, your system
shuts down 10 minutes after you turn it on regardless of what you are
doing. Also, if you have recently installed something new on your
system like more memory or a new hard drive / web cam or other actual
physical device, try taking it out and see if that fixes the problem.
Capture the message that is displayed on the BSOD. There will be a bunch of numbers that will tell you what is wrong. I would open the side and re-seat the RAM and do a general cleaning of the fans. Good luck!
this problem is cause by some hardware components. just make sure all of your hardware components are fixed correctly with mainboard. or else, if you installed any new hardware options to your computer, just remove that & try to start the computer.
if you still have that problem, just let me know!!