Some times while working or after install updates, install third party software windows frequently restart with your pc ran into a problem windows 10 unable to start. When the “Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some error info, and then we’ll restart for you. . (0% complete)” blue screen error message appears on the screen, on windows 10, windows 8.1 and windows Server 2012 systems. That means
- A physical hardware, installed driver or third-party extension is causing this issue; and it is repairable by a crash or dump analysis.
- Second reason may be that you selected some settings that are not correct, or if the system has a lot of data in it and it’s resources are being over used. Additionally, if you’ve used a third-party software that have modified native system files, may create an issue.
- Also if your memory in Windows 10 or Windows 8 device is running at a higher percentage than your operating system accepts then you will also get this error message.
When this your pc ran into a problem windows 10 error message appears on the screen, the computer is unresponsive to user commands and after the percentage measurement is completed, the system restarts automatically or freezes and the only way to close and restart Windows is by using the computer’s power button.
Alternatively, you could also see the following message on a light blue screen:
Your PC / Computer ran into a problem that it couldn’t handle and now it needs to restart. You can search for the error online.
When Windows encounters a condition that compromises safe system operation, the system halts. This condition is called a ‘Bug Check’. It is also commonly referred to as a system crash, a kernel error, a system fault or a Stop error. When Windows encounters such a serious error that forces it to stop running and restarts the system.
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- 1 Fix your pc ran into a problem windows 10
Fix your pc ran into a problem windows 10
Blue Screen Of Death are extremely varying and you can’t come up with just one solution that will generally fix the whole problem. fallow bellow steps one after one. I am usre one of the step will work for you.
Modify Memory Dump setting
As mentioned earlier memory issue may cause to display this error message “Your PC Ran Into a Problem and Needs To Restart, We are just collecting some error info, and then we’ll restart for you.” and your PC always needs to restart. PC restarts to protect itself from serve issues like serious hardware failure and future crash. Let’s solve this issue.
First try to modify Memory Dump setting in System Properties:
1. Press ” windows + “R” keys to load the Run dialog box. Now Type “control sysdm.cpl” and press Enter. Next move to Advanced tab and click at “Start-up and Recovery” Settings.
Uncheck “Automatically Restart”
In “Write Debugging information” Select “Complete Memory Dump” from the drop down menu.
And Click on Apply and OK It may say you all to restart.
Restart your PC and You are done.
Uninstall Any Recently Installed Application:
If the error started to appear, immediately after you installed an application or install a new driver, then there is a s chance that this new program could be causing the error. for this you have to uninstall the program, then evaluating your system.
First, ensure you have administrative rights to make changes or uninstall any application.
Lets Fallow the steps to Do this. First open Control PanelAll Control Panel ItemsPrograms and Features. now select the recently installed Application and click uninstall.
Restart windows and check. if you still your pc ran into a problem and needs to restart Blue Screen problem in windows 10 fallow next step.
Check your computer’s stability in Safe mode
In some cases the “Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart” error can be caused due to an outdated or corrupted device driver. To troubleshoot this issue start Windows 10 in Safe Mode and see if the error persists.
To Start windows in safe mode Press Windows + “R” key when run dialog open Type “msconfig” and press Enter to open System Configuration settings.
At Boot tab select (Check) the Safe boot option and click OK. and Restart your computer.