My computer was crashing, and these were posts detailing the troubleshooting that went into determining the cause.
Typically, I won’t go through this effort to debug a system for work. This was for my personal computer.
There’s always a tradeoff between time and money, and if it’s going to take a long time, and throwing money at the problem will make it go away, that could be a better option. For example, if the computer is old, and it’s due for replacement, it’s better to replace the computer(s). For that matter, it could make sense to replace a few computers at once and repurpose the old computers.
- Crashing Computer from Ebay. Cleaning Out the Dust from the CPU Cooler.
- Crashing Computer. Underclocking to Improve Stability. Adding New Thermal Grease.
- Crashing Computer, Troubleshooting RAM: Swapping RAM Slots.
- Crashing Computer, Troubleshooting RAM: Testing Coverage Matrix
- Crashing Computer, Troubleshooting RAM: Partial Samples from the Tests
- Crashing Computer, Alternative Troubleshooting Possibilities
- Crashing Computer, Troubleshooting RAM: Sampling Done
- Crashing Computer: More RAM, More Crashes
- Crashing Computer: Recovering from Disaster Recovery Plans