How Do You Solve 'Freezing'?
I have a Toshiba C660 Satellite Laptop with Windows 7. It is rare for the screen to freeze, but when it does I can't find any instructions in the main manuals on how to resolve it safely? Can anyone help with this? Many thanks in advance.
I can offer you a pre-occurrence solution. That is to create a restore point before the problem. When that problem happens go to help and support center by going to start > help and support > Undo changes to your computer with System Restore.
There you'll find various restore points created and chose the nearest date.
Another solution is to do a cold booting. That is to switch off your computer by the on/off button, then on again and allow it to boot. As the system does that it corrects any less serious errors.
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