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When i start my system its starting up very ery slow what might be the reason and how can i resolve the issue
Spyware Adware etc and any program you have starting with the pc can cause this issue. Also fragmentation of hd can be part of the cause as well.
I recommend downloading Ad-aware and spybot search and destroy. Make sure the Ad-aware you download is from lavasoft. Also go to my computer classic view then right click on your C:\ go to properties and run defrag software. Use the defragment now button. Analyze will tell you if the software reccomends you defragment.
Also there is a program called Startupmechanic this will tell you programs that are starting up with your pc as well as if they are good or bad. Although I haven't used it myself in a while check it out. Just do a search on either google or download.com.
You can also go to start menu then click run and type in the following: msconfig. this brings up items that boot with system you can uncheck the ones you know for sure are not need in the startup option portion of msconfig. This can be a messy way of doing it so which is why I reccomended Startup Mechanic. Let me know your results.
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