For a couple of years, my Old Computer always did a Big Beep upon Booting Up and the Message 'Processor Fan Not Detected'. I figured that might be the reason why my Old Computer started doing Suddenly Serious Error Crashes last May.
So I found an Old Dead Computer in the Dumpster and it still had a Processor Fan in it. So I grabbed it and Sunday Morning, I put the Used Processor Fan into my Old Computer after it did one of its Sudden Crashes.
I found that the Processor Heat Sinks were So Hot that you could Cook An Egg on it! So I concluded that it was because of the Processor getting Overheated that was causing it to Crash.
So I put in the Replacement Processor Fan and after Booting Up, did not do the 'Processor Fan Not Detected' Message anymore and the New Fan Whirred Away fine.
But after a couple of Hours, the Computer once again did its Sudden Crash again.
So I guess it is back to Plan A of shopping around for another New Computer with Windows 10 on it.
Humanity may have Evolved Enough Intelligence to Split the Atom
But the Average Ordinary Human
Has the Same Average Ordinary Amount of Wisdom
To Choose Right from Wrong
As the Average Ordinary Baboon
Very little will work with Windows XP these days, because it is obsolete - and a security risk.
There is a fix that can still access Microsoft support for XP. So many organisations (Like the Police and NHS) still actually use it. I've got a little Atom Processor Netbook that runs XP and still gets updates. It is pointless now though...