Have you ever been working on your computer when you get one of those annoying error messages? The kind that say a serious error has occurred and the program must be shut down. Or, maybe it just shuts down for some unknown reason. Then, when you restart it, it tells you that the program is recovering from a serious error and would like to report this to Microsoft. I am sure we have all seen this, and had it happen to us. So, what can we do about it?
Computer error repair is not something we just go in and start changing things. You never want to change anything in your computer unless you know exactly what will happen. You can really mess some stuff up, and might not be able to get it to run correctly again unless you reinstall the operating system. And, we do not want to get to that point. Just to reiterate, do not change anything on your own.
Now, we know we are not supposed to change anything on our own. But, we never did fix the errors. I guess we could take it in to the shop and have someone charge us $100 to find the problem. They will fix it, but believe it or not, you can do the exact same fix from home. And, for a fraction of the cost.
The problem is with your registry keys. Something has gone bad with a registry key, or 20 keys, and needs to be fixed. The best way to fix this is to run computer error repair software, and let it tell you what is wrong with your computer. And the best part about this software is it will tell you what is wrong, and then will fix the problems for you. The program will also back up the registry keys configuration before it makes changes. This way, in case something strange happens, which I have never seen in 2 years of doing this, you can reinstall the backup registry keys.
I would recommend not taking the computer to the shop. For your computer error repair, just try a registry cleaner. It just might save you a bunch of money, and get your computer up to speed again.
Michael Baker is a Computer Optimization Technician, and recommends getting a Free Computer Scan to fix any problems such as computers freezing, locking up, restarting for no reason, and getting the blue death screen.