Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
My toshiba laptop keeps freezing and then a blue screen pops up and says unavailable memory but i deleted a bunch of old files so that there would be more room and it keeps doing this. i was told to reboot in safe mode but now there is a black screen and i have no idea what to do with it....
Overheating is one of the frequent causes of freezing and other errors in your Toshiba Laptops. So, if your laptops keeps freezing then the first and the most important thing that you would have to check is whether your fan is working or not. If your fan is not working then you would have to buy a cooler pad for your Toshiba laptop. The cooler pad which sits under your laptop would prevent it from getting overheated.
Posted on Sep 16, 2011
Its the problem of your RAM not the hard disc. the blue screen error come because of less memory available for proccessing. so please once remove the RAM and again insert it and reboot your laptop......
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