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Power drain helps solve most computer hardware related problems

I have answered more than 100 inquiries and half of which are computer related issues such as PC hangs, PC freezes.

One helpful tip is " Perform the Power drain"..
How it works ? It is simple.

Turn off your computer.
Remove the cables and battery (if it is a laptop; for desktop, just the cables)
Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds
Reinsert the cables and battery on the pc (if it is a laptop; for desktop, just the cables)
Turn on the pc.
Wait for the operating system to load and check if your pc runs fast..

Hope this tip helps...

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