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#1 CurvedMarigold

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Posted 12 March 2010 - 08:11 PM

Yesterday I powered on my Gateway laptop, logged in, and it went about its usual start up procedure. Once everything was loaded I opened Firefox and began surfing the web. Then for some reason my computer froze and when I pressed CTRL ALT delete the screen went black. I turned the computer off, and tried again. This continues to happen so I decided to google the issue using my other laptop to see if I could find some solution. I ran across the forum site and saw someone else had a similar problem and fixed it by running a toshiba reinstall wizard by pressing f8 after restarting. I've tried running the msconfig and disabling everything that isnt microsoft, and I tried searching sfc but it never opened. Is there anyone who knows what I can do to solve this issue?

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#2 ArmyofOne

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Posted 13 March 2010 - 01:28 AM

what model gateway?
KILL WINDOWS VISTA!!!
2010 ASUStek K50I-RBBGR05 Notebook-Win 7, 4gb Ram (upgraded), Intel Pentium T4400 @2.2ghz
2007 Gateway MT3707 Notebook-Vista SP2, 1gb Ram, Intel Pentium D/C T2060 @ 1.60ghz, CONSTANT problems.
2005 Toshiba Satellite A105-WinXP Home, 1gb Ram (upgraded), Intel Celeron M @1.60ghz, Not a problem yet.

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Posted 13 March 2010 - 03:07 PM

How is the heat?




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