If you open too many programs that RAM can’t handle, then it may freeze the system and show BSOD.For that, you should either stop opening too many programs or upgrade the RAM.You should be able to identify and solve the problem using this information.
Uninstalling the driver of the USB port will force Windows to reinstall it when you will restart the PC. Here is how to do it: Note: This option should be kept enabled if you want to save battery power.
However, I’m going to list down two of the most common problems due to which beeps occur, and thankfully, you can solve them yourself as well. If the RAM inside your PC gets loose or out of place, then your PC will beep 2-3 times and won’t boot at all.
The solution is simple, open up the PC (laptop users should let an expert handle this) and reinsert the RAM.
Here is an article on what it actually means when the PC beeps multiple times.
If the PC doesn’t start after the beeps, then it’s usually difficult to solve the problem yourself.