Regardless of whether it’s a Nvdia or AMD graphics card, there will still be a crash in some games or special circumstances, that is, the screen freezes. Generally, when we encounter this situation, we will restart the computer directly, and the data that is not archived will be lost directly, and the loss may be big or small .
But as early as Windows 10, there is a built-in combination key that can restart the graphics card driver directly. When you encounter this problem again later, you might want to try this method first. !
Betanews foreign media shared a little trick that can help you solve stuck in some system situations,Press the key combination Win + Ctrl + Shift + B, and your system may return to normal.
This is because one of the common causes of system freezes is a problem with the graphics card driver. Use this key combination to quickly restart your graphics card driver. After you use a keyboard shortcut, you will notice that your monitor goes black for a moment. If you have more than one monitor connected to your computer, they will turn black briefly in sequence.
In fact, there are many factors that can cause a computer to be “stuck” or slow when playing a game, here are some common causes:
- High CPU or RAM memory usage
- low performance graphics card
- Low internet speed, unstable internet
- The computer’s hard drive is slow or full
- Not enough memory storage space
- The graphics card driver is incompatible or the graphics card driver is too old
- Not enough disk space
- Computer or System Compatibility Issues
- Windows 10 auto update stuck in the game…
Since there are various factors that cause your game to be stuck on the computer, of which the driver is only a part, this key combination does not guarantee that all systems can be recovered after being stuck , but it’s definitely a quick trick worth trying.