After about two hours of using the laptop it will freeze up. I have to take the battery out to shut it down, then reboot it and it will be still locked up until I check it out in the morning. Thank you so much your help.
I bet your using alot of pics and vidieo. you need to take a break every now and then and run mcafee or you can go to tools then internet options and clean your system real fast and then go back to what you were doin'. but you may lose your history so dont plan on clicking back to a recent page. but it is worth it I think
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I have used deep freeze software. It is primarily used when computers are shared, or personally can be used for protection of your computer from virus or other malware.
If you create a file and save it, it will be deleted by deep freeze upon the next reboot, unless you open the program and reboot to the thawed mode first. In thawed mode you can create files or other items that will not be deleted. You can boot thawed up to 10 times, then the next boot will be in freeze mode.
You are right on your first assumption...the RTC battery is dead and keeps resetting the cmos control settings. The operating system however is updated to the present and that is where things don't want to play nice together. Change the battery, boot the laptop in safe mode with networking, adjust the date and time. When the laptop loads and is stable, then try to reboot normally into windows.
Below is the link to the service manual for that laptop, you can either click on or copy and paste into the browser address bar. It is free to use, copy and print.
ur screen freezes and all u can do is reboot pc ? if that, i had same problem. I repaired it by instaling registry cleaners... Try getting Aregente Registry cleaner.. its tottaly freeware and u dont have to pay for anything.. If that doesnt ( but should work) go to start menu, click on run, type ''msconfig'' and just shut down programs u dont want to use.... hope i helped. if not write.
sounds like a virus or malware, try this, go to spybot, search and destroy and download thier free program, also AVG. com, also free, and run them both in safe mode, also defrag your hard drive, start,programs, accesories, system tools, defrag, it may run several hours, let it a lone, first spybot, then avg, then defrag
When you start up, is it using the ac adapter or running off the battery?
Either way, 1/2 hour to boot is too long. I would have to say you have a possibility of a memory modules or hard drive going bad or not seated correctly, or a virus like problem, in which case doing a re-install would not repair the situation unless you did a complete clean install and not a repair.
Can you provide more info in that regard?