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My laptop freezes and I can't do anything to preven it for happening

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#1 jcrr1985


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Posted 11 December 2016 - 08:16 AM

Hi guys, I'm experiencing a very weird problem. My laptop always worked well and it suddenly started to freeze.

I decided to format it. and then, after a format and a clean instalation of windows 7, it worked well around 30 minutes, and it started to freeze again, so bad that it event doesn't react to start button clicks. it freezes as soon as it loads windows so I can't execute any trouble finder program or any antivirus deep scan.


What do you guys think can be happening with this machine, and how can I return it to it's former good state?


My laptop is a Siragon, running Windows 7 64 bits, it has 4GB of RAM.


I'd appreciate a lot any suggestion. Thanks.

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#2 opera


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Posted 11 December 2016 - 08:38 AM

Are you able to boot into Windows Safe Mode?


If yes try running chkdsk in safe mode. See here for how to do this (the safe mode chkdsk instuction is about half way down the page)



#3 jcrr1985

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Posted 11 December 2016 - 11:03 AM

thanks for replying, Opera, I'm going to try it... I'll let you know the result of performing chkdsk, thanks

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