Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/174068/how-to-identify-which-hardware-component-is-failing-in-your-computer/
Concluding that your computer has a hardware problem is just the first step. If you’re dealing with a hardware issue and not a software issue, the next step is determining what hardware problem you’re actually dealing with.
All this is centred around Windows computers. We would greatly appreciate if there is similar discussions on Mac and Linux operated computers as well.
It's really becoming tiresome reading the replies from various users, that have no direct bearing on the originally-posted topic - only to state their preference for Linux - AGAIN !
And - BTW -- The owners of this site did have the forethought to take the time and set up a special category specifically for Linux
HTG Linux Category
Especially on their first post in the forums.
Oh dear, another self-appointed moderator. You really need to work on your reading comprehension; I was agreeing with Straspey.
You really are trying to stir up an argument here @LadyFitzgerald. if you read your post from a different angle, it can be seen as satire. I'll admit my mistake...
A reference to me, right?
On another note, it seems as though my P4's RAM is failing. Oh, well...
In this case, no......
Thank you so much This helped me to find my problem turns out its under stress when playing a certain game so I have removed and stopped playing this game Now my computer is great
Event Viewer is the best tool to know which hardware has problem..