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I have a new samsung NP-R60Y laptop running on vista home premium and it keeps freezing up, this could have in the first 10mins of switching it on or within 3hours, tried removing recent software and installing recent updates to fix the problem, but still freezes up!!!

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If you have the recovery cd, boot your laptop with the recovery cd in it and follow the screen and recover your system to factory settings than it should be ok.

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