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For what reasons windows gets stuck...

 Major reason for windows stuck
  • your Operating System may gets  Corrupted or some system files are missing.
  • Too Many Software may Running in background
  • Some Drivers may cause windows ie. Drivers may not updated or missing.
  • Insufficiency of RAM can also Cause windows stuck, because insufficiency depends upon which operating system you are using.
  • Power issue is also the reason for stuck, if a component will not get sufficient power then that wont run.
  • Excess heating of your Processor or other component will not respond to  operating system
  • Bad Hardware configuration may also lead to  windows stuck

1: Reset BIOS

To reset your computer’s BIOS settings to the default settings, follow these steps:

  1. Restart the computer
  2. Press the necessary key to boot into the BIOS menu. This key is usually any of the following, depending on the computer manufacturer: EscDelF2F8F12. This key is use to press rapidly ,just before the Windows logo appears.
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  3. Find the option to reset your BIOS or load its default options. This is usually called any of the following:

    • Load Default
    • Load Fail-Safe Defaults
    • Load BIOS Defaults
    • Load Default Settings
    • Load Setup Default
    • Get Default Values
  4. Save these changes by pressing F10  and enter to exit the BIOS menu

If resetting your BIOS to its default settings doesn’t fix the error, try updating BIOS to its latest version available.

2: Boot into Safe Mode

Booting into Safe Mode and trying to uninstall recently installed software applications or drivers that could may create a issue

To boot into Safe Mode, follow these steps:

  1. Restart your computer
  2. Press the F8 key as soon as your computer starts. 
  3. or if windows logo appear press power button for 5 seconds. 
  4. it will  automatically get shutdown, after turn on the sysetm you will get this window 🠷
  5. At the Advanced Boot Options menu, select Safe Mode
    Advanced Boot Options screen in Windows

  6. Press Enter

3: Boot into Last Known Good Configuration

To boot into this mode on your  Windows 7, follow these steps:

  1. Restart your computer
  2. Just enter Advanced Boot Options menu from above step.
  3. The advanced boot options startup menu.
  4. Select the Last Known Good Configuration option
  5. Press Enter

4: Run Startup Repair

To run the Startup Repair utility on your Windows Vista or Windows 7, follow these steps:

  1. Insert the original Windows 7 installation disc (the install DVD)
  2. Press any key to boot from the DVD
  3. At the Welcome screen, click Repair your computer

  4. Choose your operating system
  5. At the System Recovery Options screen, select Startup Repair
    System Recovery Options Screen

  6. Wait for the Startup Repair utility to finish , it will take some time to  repair.
  7. Restart your computer

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