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Computer Problems and Corresponding Hardware Solutions

If you find your computers or systems suffer from some sort of a deficiency, chances are you can correct this by choosing an appropriate component upgrade. If you don’t know what component you need to correct your system’s deficiency, no problem; here, I will provide you with some of the most common computer problems, and the corresponding component which will assist in correcting the problem.

Slow Boot Time, Sluggish Program Launches

I once had a computer which took a full ten minutes from launch to usability. That’s a long time, and granted that the computer was running several programs from launch, still seems a bit excessive. If your workstation or server suffers from a slow boot time and sluggish launch times for programs, then you will want to look into a solid state. SSDs boast significant improvements over traditional hard disk drives, chief of which is speed. A SSD hosting programs and operating systems will increase the efficiency of boots and executions, translating into ultra fast boot times and program loads.

Staggering Performance, Freezes, Slow in Processing

The usual culprit of such symptoms is the processor. As the main brain of a computer system, the processor is tasked with all mathematical and logical functions, and thus any deficiency in processing power will manifest across a variety of applications. As more processes are tasked to the CPU, you will notice a “bottlenecking” of instructions which can cause staggered performance, “glitch” behavior, freezing, and general slowness. A processor with a higher clock rate or more cores can prove an effective solution, provided the processor is in the same family.

Staggering Frame Rate, Insufficient Video Output

These are two separate problems, but we will tackle them as one since they are addressed by the same fix. If you notice, during high resolution graphic displays or rendering jobs, that the frame rate or visual quality is insufficient, a new video card is warranted. A video card with a larger amount of dedicated graphics memory (the standard as of this writing is GDDR5) will correct this problem. If you lack sufficient video outputs, a video card with multiple HDMI, VGA, or DVI ports will allow for dual, triple, or quadrupled extended displays.

Slow Performance When Initiating Multiple Programs

If you find that your system has sufficient processing power but still performs sluggishly when multitasking, chances are you can solve this by configuring additional memory. A high-gigabyte memory kit can supply additional multitasking power for an enterprise server, for example; find the appropriate RAM for your system and you should be able to return to optimized multitasking applications. Thank you for reading, and I hope to have provided you some potential solutions for your next computer expansion project.