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System Locks Up when click on start up button in Vista

Hi , I am using windows Vista when i click on stary buuton its doesnt comes up my system freeze . Can you Help me plz asap?

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Try using a good antivirus to solve the problem,bcoz it may seems to be a virus in ur system.U can download setups like MCAFEE,AVG,etc frm net & can update weekly.

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