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Solve the problem in my computer

I just have something bad in my computer and i dont know wt to do.....its new and i did format but i still have the same problem..

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Re: solve the problem in my computer

Please be more descriptive as what do you mean by 'bad'? If you formatted, did you reinstall the operating system?

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