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A couple of days ago, my laptop froze. I tried Ctrl+Alt+Del, but that didn't do anything. This never happened before. When I rebooted, the computer froze within a couple of minutes and this happens everytime.

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Hello there,

There several reasons of the freezing. It could be a virus infection on the computer or a System problem. Try to boot from Safe Mode or "Last known good configuration". Reboot and continuously press F5 or F8 until it will show you the selection. Highlight to select Safe Mode or "Last known good configuration"then press Enter. It should reboot.

Please let me know how this goes so that I could further assist you. Thank you for using FixYa.

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