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first rule of Laptop Drivers: use the driver the OEM provides (Toshiba in your case)
usually OEMs change stuff on their MoBos so the "standard" driver didnt work correctly anymore
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Thanks for the info didn't know that. On Tom's Hardware however, someone told me to try to clean boot Windows.
I did as they said but the issue continued. However, by disabling AVG (in msconfig), I clicked on a notification that led me to windows defender. There, I pressed on Performance and state of the device. After that I used the Start from Scratch option (that came with the Creator's Update I believe) which deleted all the apps but not my files, and reset the computer to the factory mode and then the issue stopped and I haven't had it since.
To anyone having this issue do the following:
- Have Windows Creator's Update Installed;
- Go to Windows Defender Center of Security;
- Click on Aditional Information in the option Start From Scratch;
- After that all you have to do is click on Get Started and Windows will start reseting your PC. (Took me about 50 Minutes)
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