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My toshiba sattelite A100-049 keeps freezing

Could you please help me anytime am using my toshiba and i place it down or move it all of a sudden it freezes and i cant do anything to it except unplug it and remove the battery before i can restart it. i think its just the screen cos the sound usually remains?

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Either Windows is corrupted or RAM is corrupted
re-install Win again or check if RAM is ok

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