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The processor of my laptop is rynning very slowly

It takes lot of time for start up & shutting down

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Boot the system , go to run and type msconfig and enter
go to services check disable all . and reboot the system. let me know after you do this you still face an issue.

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You didn't mention what version of Windows (Is it Windows, or is it Linux / other?) that you are using. For laptops in particular, windows sometimes gets confused as to which power saving state that the laptop should be in.

Next time that windows is running, you should see an icon of either a battery, or of a power plug in the area next to the clock (lower right corner). If you LEFT click on this, there will be a list of various power schemes that are available. MAX BATTERY will reduce the processor speed the most, while ALWAYS ON turns off power saving altogether, and allows the laptop to run at full speed.

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if the is running slowly take out the fan using the user guide of the processor and then lubricate it with motor oil.

it IT Does not work then there is a problem with your processor so please check by placeing another supportive processor and check it!

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