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The only advice I could give would be to get it stripped down and cleaned out, that could help with the heat problem.
If you look in the device manager check if you have any problems showing (exclamation marks or crosses). Try to update the display driver and any others if they need it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first, ensure your system restore is turned on and make a restore point right now!...assuming you have run a thorough disk check and de-frag. then, trust the system restore. I have used it with success 100% of the 20 or so times I have used it. Next, start using the "Hibernate" power down mode. I have found this to work wonders with third-party driver problems. It seems that once a good startup happens, then freeze it (and continue to get a good startup) with hibernate from then on. Last, check about every month for the quantity of restore points that have taken place automatically by Windows. Sometimes, depending on the size of the hard drive, too many points can begin to encroach on your free space that you want for virtual memory or data. So for example, I see 15 restore points in the last month, I will dlete them all by cancelling system restore. Then I use "clean disk" scandisk and defrag. Then I turn restore back on.
Posted on Jun 12, 2007
Are you doing DESTRUCTIVE recoveries or are you doing NONDESTRUCTIVE recoveries? Try another hard drive in the machine and recover to that. Nondestructive recoveries replace the operating system without destroying the personal data. Its possible the original problem is propagating over to the recovered systems. Do a destructive recovery. Understand any data not backed up will be destroyed. Possible the original problem was a trojan virus.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
some of these systems have the factory restore option on post boot before the OS kicks in. From a cold boot look for the hit DEL or Fx key and do that - you may have to boot a few times to catch it, and possibly hold the defined key down in anticipation of the option to appear on what looks like a DOS screen. You may need the recovery discs that came wit the system if the image is not in a hidden partition of your drive. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
try disabling wi-fi device.it's probably pci-e if it is built in.i had this problem in my thinkpad t500.when i log without enabling wi-fi.it works great.when i log with wi-fi enabled.it stays about 1 min then freezes.right now i changed power settings for pci-e and now it seems working fine. try this
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
Your pc CPU FAN is not working, you need open it and clean fan,, and under fan, on CPU there is termo cream, don't frgot about it, you need clean it and put new termocream. it is nessasary for cool CPU, that Cpu can not be warm.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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