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Need to know more but I would say you have a power problem. Check the battery make sure it is holding the charge properly.Next check connections make sure they are clean on the battery and the phone. If still having problems i would take it to your phone provider and have them check it out

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1. Open Regedit and navigate to HK_Users\.Default\Control Panel\Desktop

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