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Computer Freezes on 75% boot up

Happens about 95 percent of the time. Booted up yesterday and downloaded some registry fixes and defrags and installed WiFi software and card and went on line and turned on and off a couple of times but then it froze up again and have not been able to boot it up since.

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Some of the os files must be corrupted.Go to safe mode and scan ur computer and boot in normal mode.

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I -> S-U-G-G-E-S-T;

-> 1) Delete all programs you do not use, and applications. NOT Windows based however!
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