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LAPTOP FRESSING Multiple freezing of lap top. requires rebooting. Run virus, spyware, adware scans, changed os, advised to change battery.(No) Advised to change Motherboard (No). Unit may run for 1-3 hours ok then may require 10-15 reboots every 15 seconds to get it up and running normal again. I have noticed that the right-hand end of the keyboard appears to have lifted slightly with the right 30% "Spongy". I fell that this may be the base fault especially with key use or scrolling . The unit runs ok on video or music but freezes mainly in word or internet browsing. Any brilliant ideas as I have have 3 'tecs' look at it with a result is all I do is pay money with no improvement. Peter Sharpe. Subic Bay.

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The make model and manufacturer of your laptop, which OS are you on??
Assuming you are running windows, since techs have already looked at this, I would assume its your hard drive or a milicous software running.
-Remove any spyware and viruses, just simply install microsoft defender and let it complete the definitions from the internet.
Schedule a scan on your hard drive with auto fixation of error and bad sectors.
Finally if nothing helps, save your data, reformat the hard drive and install a fresh OS. Make sure your hard drive is fine and has NO bad sectors.
HOpe that helped!

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& clear your temp directory's out as well.

At the very least, this should help with the problem.

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