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From: judy blader <judy_blader@...>
Sent: Sat, December 12, 2009 10:51:35 PM
Subject: Re: [Laptop_Repair] Toshiba Satellite A135 freezes after a few minutes
sounds like a problem with your hard drive..........sometimes the failing hd does not show up that way when tests are done on them....
i would do a back up of all valuable information, Quick.....
get another hd, ghost to it and go on with life...
judy in so cal
--- On Sat, 12/12/09, Angus <fwyeung@...> wrote:
From: Angus <fwyeung@...>
Subject: [Laptop_Repair] Toshiba Satellite A135 freezes after a few minutes
Date: Saturday, December 12, 2009, 1:19 AM
I have a Toshiba Satellite A135-S2286 that keeps on freezing after a few minutes of normal operation. The laptop did not shut down by itself: the whole system simply freezes. Its fan works fine the whole time. I have to manually turn it off and on: it will then work for a few minutes and it will freeze again.
I have no success trying to fix it:
- swapped the memory with some known-good memory from another laptop;
- disassembled the laptop - clean out the accumulated dust and reapply thermal paste to the CPU and ATI chipset;
- took out the hard drive, DVD drive and other peripherals, plug in a USB floppy and run memtest: no error found;
- ran on AC and battery;
I wonder if anyone have seen this kind of problem before, and what may be the solution (or at least some guidance/hints) on how to approach this kind of problem. (maybe I miss something?)