To function properly, Mikrotik RouterBoard requires an Operating System, namely RouterOS which has various features. Over time, Mikrotik devices can also experience boredom at work, this is caused by many factors. The point of saturation here is that Mikrotik devices cannot work properly, sometimes hangs or often asks to be reset.
If this problem occurs, it does not mean that your Mikrotik device has started to fail. This can happen because there is a problem with the RouterOS Operating System. It’s the same as a computer/laptop if it’s been used for years, the OS might start having problems and ask for a re-install.
Well, to overcome this I will discuss How to Fix Mikrotik that Often Hangs with NetInstall. In this case I try to use the Mikrotik RB7XX Series (RB 750, RB751, etc.).
When finished, please login to Mikrotik via Winbox, then reconfigure Mikrotik as before. I suggest not to restore the previous configuration backup, but to reconfigure it from scratch so that the config that caused RouterOS problems does not enter again.
After going through the netinstall process, this RB433 can work normally again without any more problems.
If you are having the same problem on your Mikrotik device, please try doing NetInstall. If the problem is with the software, then after netinstall the problem should be solved. However, if the problem is with the hardware, for example, the ethernet port is damaged, etc., then NetInstall cannot solve the problem.