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If you can restore back a week before the issue started that may work
I need to find out which model you have
There are the following listed on Toshiba's site.
m35x-s149
m35x-s1491
m35x-s1492

Which is yours and then I can find all the original drivers for you :) :)
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m35x-s149 btw i hope my post on hiren 9.9 wont keep me out of geek u
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Go HERE for all the original drivers.
You can change to the type of driver by opening the right drop down menu and choosing the corresponding driver you want...
Sound
Display
Modem
Lan


btw i hope my post on hiren 9.9 wont keep me out of geek u

This I can't tell you because that is determined by others.
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the bios update seems to be working how is it that bios goes out of date? no rashes so far
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Bios updates puts added support for more recent hardware in the MOBO.
This will in turn stop the newer hardware from causing the crashing.
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so why did it just all the sudden start crashing do bios go out of date?
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I believe there are several factors that just came together at one time.

  • Memory amount
  • Drivers
  • Bios

As a system gets older and the addition of programs. The system has to use more and more memory to run correctly.
Even from the beginning the system may have 512 megs of memory but the video card shares 64 megs of that.
This leaves in reality only 448 megs free.
Now every program that pb[Autoruns[/b] at startup chews away at that.
Remember the OS system needs 256 megs to itself also so now you are down to 192 megs left free.

Drivers well that's a obvious problem. There is always a newer or better one out there usually.

With the advance of the
CPU's
Device's
MOBO Capabilities

Bios are upgraded to try and add those features like USB 1.0 to USB 2.0

I hope this answer's your question and helps.
I justt hink it was honestly the combination of issues that was causing your issue.
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thx for your help i will add a gig of ram to be sure it can handle the load,

regards, lotus8
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Congratulations. :) for a successful resolution for your issue. I am happy everything has been worked out for you. With that being said I am happy to say:


You are very welcome. I'm glad we could help and please let us know how everything works out for you.
If there is anything else we can do to help please feel free to ask. I appreciate that you allowed me to assist you with your issue and for your patience. Thank you for choosing GeeksToGo for help. :) :)
This issue now appears to be resolved.


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