In last 2 major updates (anniversary update end of 2016 and creator update April 2017), I experienced random freezes, it was completely frozen, even if you look at log viewer the message show “force reboot” without any details.
So I began to look at the current status of my PC’s hardware using speccy, nothing seems wrong, temperature, voltage, etc, looks normal. I also updated all drivers, memory check, etc, but the issue persists.
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Everything bad could happen during your run to your deadline, including your internet connection. I was in that situation couple weeks ago, just a few hours before I should send the document, the connection suddenly went down, and all my data are on the PC no WiFi module available. The first thing I remember was to use my Xiaomi phone to work as Internet Modem. Continue reading “How to Make Your Xiaomi Phone as USB Modem on PC”
While I was fixing my Razer Blackwidow keyboard, I want to keep my PC operating, so I tried to connect the Apple Wireless Keyboard, the pairing process stopped because the Apple Wireless Keyboard can not detect the key entered.
I found a solution, here it is:
- In Windows 10’s bluetooth settings (can be found in system tray), click on the icon and then click “Add Bluetooth Device”.
- Then, on the Apple Wireless Keyboard, hold down Command + W, while Windows is searching for bluetooth devices.
- Then (hopefully) after it finds your Keyboard, it will want to pair with it. Follow the on screen prompts and eventually you will have to type in a pairing code.
- Type in this code and hit Return.
- Your Keyboard should successfully pair with Windows 10 via Bluetooth
Update (12/18/2013): I finally replaced the Video Graphic Card with my old stock (Gigabyte nVidia GTS 250). The issue seems solved this time. My Zotac nVidia 650 Ti the culprits, I just bought this card 6 months ago, I should get the replacement.
Update (12/16/2013): After long trial and error (did clean install also), I found out the BSOD happens after NVIDIA Driver installed. Not sure why, but hopefully this is not related to PSU malfunction. Rolling back to old driver now.
Update (12/14/2013): After applied some updates for Win 8.1 pro last night, I’m experiencing the random restart again. The problem seems solved with upgrade the Chipset and SATA driver. Haven’t got any unexpected reboot in two days.
I made upgrade to Windows 8.1 last week. But since then, the Windows keep restarting randomly in time. I checked the log and it shown “kernel-power” issue. I found no malfunction in BIOS, hardwares, and config. But then I suspect the power settings, I figured out on some forums, the “fast-startup” could also be a problem. I decided to deactivate it.
It’s been 24 hours and I don’t get any unexpected reboot again.