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My laptops works perfectly until I want to use the internet. I can connect to the internet fine but internet explorer keeps crashing and runs very slowly. I downloaded Google chrome and the same thing happened as well as the laptop freezing. This is clearly a browser problem and I have tried uninstalling and installing them again as well as performing a system restore. Does anyone have any other solutions or has this happened to anyone else?

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It would be great to know how much memory does the laptop has. Usually browsers do take a lot of memory, so if you have limited amount of memory, of course your laptop will slow down and freeze.
I suppose you are running windows.
But you can also monitor and check if the cpu use 100% of it and will also let you know what is causing the cpu to use 100%.
Just search Why is my laptop using 100% cpu

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Hello,
The issue is with the driver compatibility.
First I would ask if the recovery is latest?
Or else after the recovery update it with the web so as to get the latest service pack like sp3 for windows xp.

Second thing is that you can try to download the latest driver from the lexmark manufacturer.
Sometime with the latest driver update and will correct the the bugs.
Try this...

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you will need to have it serviced, by removing dust interior and replacing the thermal greace on the cpu and gpu. it is overheating.

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It sounds to me that unfortunately you have an error on your recorded CD and there will be nothing you can do to repair that.
The installation of Norton should not cause the problem itself an error on the hard drive will usually cause that problem.

Posted on Oct 23, 2010

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Hit pause break during start up go into recovery options. Just select one of the options check for errors first before back stepping to an older date

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You may want to purchase a new back light for your screen the lamp has probably gone out. You can purchase them at the dealer site or try and find one on EBay I do not trust EBay purchases for these things I usually with something like this go brand new. If you need further assistance on this issue just post a comment I will get it and respond if you need assistance as to where to purchase one I suggest the manufacturers web site at Samsung. Post comment with model number and exact make for further assistance if needed.

That would be my repair for it. It is relatively east to replace without disassemble of the entire notebook. I would start there with that replacement. If that does not work then I would replace the screen. Since it works with another external monitor it is not the on board video card that is great news. Thanks for using FixYa! if you know nothing about doing this sort of thing your best bet would be to have it serviced by a professional. John

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