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My laptop freezes absolutely as soon as it loads windows


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#1 jcrr1985

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Posted 11 December 2016 - 05:45 AM

Hi, I'm experience a really hard problem with a laptop.  It was working fine about 20 days ago, all of sudden it started to freeze, so frozen that I had to turn it of by force as it dont react to start button clicks.

 

I thought it was a software problem so I decided to format the laptop, but, for my surprise, after 30 minutes of soft and good performance  not having installed any software but Firefox, avast antivirus, winrar and DriverEasy Version 5.1.4 (a cracked version)with wich I installed the laptop's drivers (I appealed to this because aI couldn't find in the web the driver for the wireless card, so I had to have it connected to internet via Etherne cable),  it started to freeze again, with the same intensity after before formatting it.

 

Now even if I turn it off and on again, as soon as it enters in windows interface it freezes completely.

 

Please, I would appreciate any help. I really depend of that machine and I don't know what could cause a recently formated machine to get frozen.

 

Thank you



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Posted 11 December 2016 - 06:36 AM

I thought it was a software problem so I decided to format the laptop, but, for my surprise, after 30 minutes of soft and good performance  not having installed any software but Firefox, avast antivirus, winrar and DriverEasy Version 5.1.4 (a cracked version)with wich I installed the laptop's drivers (I appealed to this because aI couldn't find in the web the driver for the wireless card, so I had to have it connected to internet via Etherne cable), 

 

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