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  Why do laptops stops like an idol or statue ? 
 
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Sameem Habibi Aug 06, 2011, 08:50am EDT Report Abuse
Hello guys! I got a toshiba laptop satellite system A305-S6902 .
my laptops has started to stop working like an Idol or statue mostly when windows start up or while working. nothing moves until i have to plug if off.I believe the problem is the wireless driver. because mostly it becomes like this when i connect it to internet. wireless wifi. so please help me get out of thiss**tty prob.thank you


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Sameem Habibi Aug 07, 2011, 07:14am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Why do laptops stops like an idol or statue ?
Sameem Habibi said:
Hello guys! I got a toshiba laptop satellite system A305-S6902 .
my laptops has started to stop working like an Idol or statue mostly when windows start up or while working. nothing moves until i have to plug if off.I believe the problem is the wireless driver. because mostly it becomes like this when i connect it to internet. wireless wifi. so please help me get out of thiss**tty prob.thank you


eddddd Aug 07, 2011, 07:20am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Why do laptops stops like an idol or statue ?
I can't suggest much, but plugging into a WIRED net and installing all the updates for the OS would be a good start. Sometimes Windows downloads updates to drivers that improve stability, just make sure you check and install all the optional updates in the update list.



 

    
 
 

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