Computer keeps crashing when running a few programs

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Hello Everybody! I have a problem with my computer's CPU usage. It rises up until 80% usage and when I check the processes tab, in task manager, there’s not that much programs running. The process taking up the most memory is the “explorer.exe”. My computer suddenly turns off when I open a program. Is this a memory problem?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #83048

Computer keeps crashing when running a few programs

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Hi good day In this kind of issue, you must check the memory card of your computer and clean it by using a pencil eraser or any kind of eraser that you have. If you have an extra memory card try to add it into the Memory RAM. Start your computer.

Press delete key or F2 key to enter bios setup>> find Load Default Setting>>>then Save and Exit>>>Enter>>>your computer will reboot. After rebooting try to open your file. If this option does not work, it is possible that the capacitor on your hardware is damage. The last option is, consult a computer technician to check your computer. Thank you, Shenna22

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Computer keeps crashing when running a few programs

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Ola, There are a number or reasons why Explorer. exe is eating up your memory. Note: Explorer. exe is a shell used to interact with your operating system.

1. Spyware, Virus/ Worm

2. Application Conflicts

3. Bad Sectors on your Hard drive

Solutions:

1. Do a Full system scan in Safe-mode

2. Remember when is the last time that your PC was running smoothly. Do a system restore, or check your Processes and see    which processes is the culprit. 

3. Defrag your Hard drive using the defrag-mentation tool in Windows

I hope this solves the problem Regards, PS: don't listen to the answer above there's nothing to do with your RAM

Answered By 0 points N/A #83052

Computer keeps crashing when running a few programs

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In this kind of issue, you must check the memory card of your computer clean it by using pencil eraser or any kind of eraser that you have. If you have extra memory card try to add it into memory RAM. Start your computer press delete key or F2 key to enter BIOS setup>>> find load default settings>>> then save and exit >> Enter your computer will reboot . After rebooting try to open your file. If this your option doesn't work  properly, it possible that  the capacitor  on your hardware is damaged. Last option is, consult a computer technician to check your computer. Thanks

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