Have you ever had nagging Windows 10 reboots on its own without warnings? Perhaps, your computer may be experiencing critical system errors resulting from faulty hardware or problems with software components. Here’s how to fix the issue your own without needing to call a technician.
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Alternative manual troubleshooting steps are given below:
Troubleshoot Memory Issues
Memory problems can be tricky if you’ve multiple RAMs installed. In that case, test them one by one individually. Windows 10 comes with a built-in feature called Windows Memory Diagnostic, to automatically detect and fix memory issues.
1. Open up Windows Memory Diagnostic. To do so, type “Memory” in Search ox on Taskbar and open that from Search Results.
2. Click the option labelled “Restart now and check for memory problems”.
3. Your computer will reboot and start memory tests. The result will be displayed post log-on.
Diagnose Disk Read/ Write Errors
Hard drive fails at any time without warnings and Windows 10 randomly restarts. Check your computer for file system errors. Use the Check Disk tool as follows:
1. Open up This PC through its Desktop icon.
2. Right click system partition, choose Properties.
3. In the new dialog that opens, click Tools | Check Now, and follow on-screen instructions.
Disconnect Incompatible Hardware
Disconnect any newly connected hardware device. Weird issues including automatic reboots, Blue Screen of Death, might occur after connecting a new hardware that is specifically designed for older versions of the operating system.
Reset your PC
This is last resort especially if your Windows 10 automatic restart issue isn’t solved. Resetting your PC involves reinstalling Windows. The process removes and reinstalls all Windows Store apps including the apps that came with your PC. However, any apps you downloaded, installed from websites or installation media will be uninstalled.
1. Open up Start Menu.
2. Click Settings.
3. In the new page, click Update & Security icon.
4. Click Recovery tab.
5. Click “Get started” button under Reset this PC.