Question about Microsoft Windows 7 Professional SP1 32-bit Spanish Edition1-Pack,
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Restart in Safe Mode: Make sure system is powered down or restarted. Repeatedly tap the F8 key till you see a text screen with the option to start in Safe Mode with Networking. The screen will be smaller to navigate in safe mode but see if your issues continue in this mode.. If the computer seems to work fine in this mode then chances are you are infected or have corrupt files or drivers. At that point, I'd restore the computer to it's factory state - As it would have been when you bought it.. Make sure you back up all your files that are wanted. Infections can be cleaned to a fair degree, But most of the time I usually have the system reset to new factory settings. Make it easier this way. Greatest of luck and have a great day.
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