Frequently, my computer stops and restarts all am surfing the net? What should I do?

Frequently, my computer stops and restarts all am surfing the net.  What can I do?


1. what type of internet connection do you use? What is a wired or wireless?

2. you receive messages or error codes?

2. did you of recent changes on the system?

Step 1:

You can check the following items and check if the problem occurs in safe mode with network.

Start your computer in safe mode

Startup options (including safe mode)

Step 2:

If you do not experience the problem in safe mode with networking, you can perform a clean boot and check.

A clean boot to check if startup item or services to third-party application is causing this issue.

You can read the following article to put the computer in a clean boot:

How to troubleshoot a problem by performing a clean boot in Windows Vista or in Windows 7

After the troubleshooting steps, please refer to clean the boot link to put the computer to normal startup mode.

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