why not let Toshiba fix it?
Well I just bought this toshiba satellite icore7 a665 and not it freezes every day so much. it has been like this since it was bought. What the heck? I've also visited other sites and the same response, they always ask the specs? OMG why would they be asking questions like:
It would help to know some more specifics:
What Operating System?
Have you added/changed any hardware (IE. memory, HDD, etc.) to the machine other than what came from the factory?
When you say "freeze"...is this temporary condition (like it gets stuck momentarily then un-freezes) or does it require you to power off and restart the machine?
Does the freezing produces any errors before or after it freezes?
When it freezes is the entire machine "stuck" (can't move mouse, no keyboard response) or is just the active app frozen?
When it freeses do you see any harddrive activity. Is the HDD light on or flashing while it's frozen?
Have you added any other software to this machine other than that which came with it?
Assuming this is fairly reproducable, open up "Task Manager" <Ctrl>+<Shift>+<Esc>, then click on the "Processes" tab, and leave it running in the background, resized so you can still work, but still view it. When the machine freezes, do you see any particular item using up CPU %?
........ now now, this is some really excuse questions to ask. In the first place, the laptop being bought was brand new! It should not have problems as long as it's not damaged!. Any guess what. a lot of complains are already surfacing. What the heck is toshiba doing selling defective laptops!... They are going circles on most of the topic. I'ts obvious, they sell imperfect new laptops because of money greed!. This is so unacceptable.