Situations of Windows 7 freezes you may encounter
- Windows 7 freezes when you run a certain program
- Windows 7 freezes at startup (at Windows loading bar or welcome screen)
- Windows 7 suddenly freezes at random when you're in middle of important work
- More and more
When you run a certain program and your Windows 7 freezes at this time, generally it's about your drivers. You may need to update your drivers, because compatibility issues can cause your computer to freeze up. You can check the Microsoft Windows website for the latest updates.
If your Windows 7 freezes randomly or repeated, then the problem is related to the registry. There must be errors in your Windows registry file. To fix this kind of problem, you need to get a third-party program to help.
Wondershare LiveBoot Boot CD/USB can be a nice option. It enables you to run your computer under a smooth environment, and fix registry errors which cause freeze in your Windows 7 with 3 steps.
After purchasing the program, you'll get a download link from Wondershare. Download and install it on a good-working computer. Then follow the steps below to create your own bootable CD or usb drive and fix your Windows Vista freeze issue in 3 steps.
How to fix Windows 7 freezes issue
Step1. Create a bootable CD/usb drive
Run the program and you'll get a wizard interface as follow. Insert a blank CD or usb drive into the computer and perform one click on the green burning button in the certer according to yout requirement. All you need to do is to perform a click, and the program will finish the left work for you.
Step2. Get into your Windows 7 which freezes
Now, you can turn to your Windows 7 which freezes at random. Plug in the bootable CD/ usb drive and restart it. When you see the system logo appears, press F12 immediately to go to the Boot Device Menu. Then select "Onboard or USB CD-ROM Drive", and you'll get a boot menu as follow. Click "Boot from LiveBoot" to get into your Windows 7.
Step3. Fix your Windows 7 freezes problem
After getting into your Windows 7, the Wondershare LiveBoot will run automatically. You can go to the "Windows Recovery" menu on top and choose "Loading Crash Solution". Here you'll get a full solution to Windows 7 freeze problem. Follow the method one by one to get your issue done.
When the problem fixed, take out of the LiveBoot CD/ usb drive, and restart your computer as normal. Then you'll find that you can boot your computer successfully as normal and won't freeze any more.