IT ALWAY FREEZES AFTER 20-40 MINUTES OF THE COLD BOOT (FIRST BOOT)
THE PROBLEM IS WHEN WE BOOT IT FIRST TIME IN A DAY, IT ALWAY FREEZES AFTER 20-40 MINUTES OF THE COLD BOOT (FIRST BOOT)
AFTER RESTARTING THE NOTEBOOK (BY POWERING IT OFF AND THEN ON) THE SYSTEM DOES NOT SHOWS ANY ERROR RECOVERY SCREEN OR DOES NOT SAYS LIKE IT GOT THIS ERROR AND WAS HUNG UP DUE TO THIS.
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Re: IT ALWAY FREEZES AFTER 20-40 MINUTES OF THE COLD BOOT...
This might be some problem with your registry.. There are plenty of software can check this.. I suggest you try to look into below link to further understand the registry issue. http://etech.maiila.com/?p=24
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if its less that two years old asus will collect and repair it within 7 days just ring this number 0870-120-8340 you might have to prove date of purchase etc sound like a serious malfunction possible cause corrupted downloads
sounds like the hard disk drive is slow to spin up. Sometimes older drives don't get all the way up to speed at boot, then with repeated restarts, the drive warms a bit and the spindle friction drops allowing full speed on the drive.
Try running HDD Diags the 1st boot of the day Fn +power button, see if you get any diag failure. Generally, a drive has to be within 3% of rated drive RPM (5400 or 7200) to function
I think you need to do a power cycle. remove the battery and use tha AC adapter alone. If it boots, then thats good. U can try also booting on safe mode by pressing F8. Then re start the notebook in normal mode. If it wont works then i think u need to reinstall windows as a last resort. U need to use TOSHIBA RECOVERY DISK this time.
1. The battery on the motherboard has died. Replace battery. 2. The BIOS is corrupt, reflash BIOS.
Most likely #1, very rarely #2. Pop out the battery on the motherboard and replace it, after the first time you boot up your computer, go into BIOS and set everything the way it should be for your computer (usually just time and date) and then after each sequential time you reboot, that should take care of your problem.
Boot the system with your Windows XP installation disk. When the boot options window appears select R for recovery console. Once you have logged into the DOS session type: fixmbr and hit the enter or return key and select "y" for yes you want to do this. Type: fixboot and hit the return key again, hit "y" for yes.