Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S2276 Notebook
Well freezing is a common issue..... there are typically only a few things that could cause freezing... the easiest to diagnose is a malware infection.... try downloading "Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware" and running a scan... let it remove anything it finds.... if it doesn't find anything, then the next thing to look at it the memory (RAM) in the machine. You will have to find a way to run a memory test, such as Memtest86, to check if the memory has a problem. If that is also clean, then you may have a problem with the BIOS, try downloading and updating the BIOS from the manufacturer's website, if it still freezes after that then you may have a problem with the board.
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