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Sume time not booting os.then windows opening very slow

I m also new installed to os. But not booting in os. sume time disk boot filear, incase in my system booting properly windows opening very slow it is take to more then time. again sys working in 15 min totally anging mouse then keyboard not working. then again not booting and disk boot filear message. what is the problem? then How solve in this problem please tell . i m waiting in your mail.

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you might have a failing hard disk or motherboard, try clear c-mos battery and try again . Also replace any faulty ram and other hardware that may cause the problem , unplug FDD, CD ROM and other devices , replace keyboard and mouse

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