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Laptop freezing. my laptop has been freezing anytime am opening an application.unless i press the button for some time before it restart. what is the problem.

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Most likely need to do a complete system reboot, or run a program that cleans up the system, sounds like a regestry issue with the operating system, if you're not savvy with operating system fixes, then I would suggest taking to a shop..

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