Blue screen errors when try to hibernate

I am operating Windows 7 on a brand new (2 months old) Samsung laptop. I have had a few blue screen errors (usually when I am trying to hibernate my computer at night but not within the last week) and, lately (over the past few days), my computer has been freezing applications one at a time and then telling me that it's unable to display security and log-on procedures afterpressing CTRL+ALT+DELETE.

I have to turn off and restart my computer to try again. Everything seems fine for a while, but then the freezing/restarting process starts again. which seems to have helped a little by lengthening the time between restarting and freezing, but it's still a bit too frequent to maintain a productive schedule.

I have GeekSquad hardware support. They said it would take 5 or so days to diagnose whether or not it could be a hardware issue. If it's not, then I'd have to pay to have them spend another week on a software diagnosis.

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