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My toshiba laptop will no longer open up if i just shut the lid and come back later to work. I have to put it in hibernate for it to boot back up. also, last night, text would appear, but on most websites, no pictures.

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Sounds like it is full of stuff it doesn't need anymore.
Run Defrag and Disk Clean regularly to keep it in tip top condition and make sure the antiviral programme is up to date as a virus can cause your problem.
Hope that helps.

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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