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Watch more How to Understand Computers videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/353542-How-to-Handle-a-Computer-Crash
If your computer suffers a system failure, this guide will help you work through the pain and stress and recover lost data with ease.
Step 1: Back up information
Back up important documents and information to an external drive at least once a month. This will lessen the blow of a system crash.
Step 2: Walk away
Walk away from your computer after a crash. Take a deep breath and don't panic. Return when you are able to think clearly and make logical, stress-free decisions.
Don't hit or yell at your computer. Sweet-talking your computer won't help, either.
Step 3: Wait for tomorrow
Wait for tomorrow if you suffer a computer crash late in the day or at night. Give the computer -- and yourself -- a break.
Step 4: Restart computer
Restart the computer and undo everything you did up until the crash including uninstalling programs, deleting downloads, and unplugging a new device.
Step 5: Turn it off
Turn off your computer if it won't boot. If there is an error message asking you a question and you don't know the answer, don't guess, but don't turn it off, either.
Step 6: Call an expert
Call an expert if your troubleshooting leads nowhere. Often it takes a professional to discover the real problem with special software.
Did You Know?
In September 2008, heavy trading on the London Stock Exchange caused a computer crash that froze the markets for a full day.
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