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I was on Devise Manager on my laptop updating my drivers and I think I updated a driver with one that was not compatible with my computer. Soon after my computer kept freezing, seconds to minutes at a time. I don't even have enough time to restore. Is there any way I can reset my laptop. Toshiba satellite A-75 s260 with windows xp. DEsperate and broke from repairing this monster. Thankyou
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Hi mandingo and :welcome:

You might try booting into Safe Mode, then run System Restore to a point just before you updated the drivers.
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