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Reason behind your computer's sudden reboot and how to solve it

If you're staring at a blue screen, you may be thinking, "There's problem with my computer." But, according to WhoCrashed, the problem probably doesn't have anything to do with your hardware.

It may be related to your device drivers. Or it may be a problem with pieces of coding called kernel modules.

WhoCrashed will analyze your computer to find what's causing it to crash. It's easy to use and it does a thorough analysis of your computer. Note: WhoCrashed notes that "the software is not guaranteed to identify the culprit in every scenario."

If it helps you, great. If not, you should make sure your device drivers are up to date. If that doesn't help, you may need to contact a professional computer repair person.

Download instructions

Click on the blue link below. Click on the "Download" link in the menu to the right of the WhoCrashed logo. Scroll down to the "Crash Analysis Tools" section and next to WhoCrashed, click "Download free home edition." Let your browser download the file, then run it and follow the install instructions. Run WhoCrashed and choose "Analyze" to get started.

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