Question about Sony Computers & Internet
There are 2 possible scenarios here. It may be your RAM or your hard drive.
Just perform a defrag on your laptop. It should tell you if have bad sectors or not. If so, you will need to contact Sony how you can go about in replacing the hard drive.
Access your My computer, right click on any of the hard drives, C, D, E, etc & choose Properties, go to Tools & click on Defragment now.
If it's your RAM, try to contact a friend who may have a similar RAM, this laptop has a DDR2 SDRAM type.
Once you have a similar RAM, try to take out the RAM on your laptop & replace it.
That way, we'll be able to narrow down what's really causing your laptop to freeze.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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