Re: Satellite started to freeze - in safe mode, everything is ok

I was meet a lot of problems and I think it's vista, that's why I'm posting here.

Well, I had recovered my laptop for "out of the box" staged when my laptop could not detect any connection internet, everything began to work properly. Soon, my laptop started to freeze, and I thought that maybe because it was getting too hot.

I decided to put my laptop closer to my fan and an angle to cool. Things went better that and so I thought everything was fixed.

I now have a different problem.
Just when I thought that the reason for freezing was overheated, it is happening again.
I have my internet explore and itunes radio turned on and then my music starts jumping and stuttering and the mouse and all the rest is frozen.

I'm not sure it's the same as when my laptop was getting hot because I had not put on then music.

I know it's a little confusing and I have not provided many details but I would appreciate if I can get some advice.

I intend to retrieve my laptop again within the next two weeks when I get home.

Thank you

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It looks a bit like a hardware problem.
But first of all that I would like to know which laptop model you have?

Tags: Toshiba

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