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First try doing disk cleanup. this will delete any unnecsessary files. then do a disk defrag this will insure that all your sectors and files are in the right order. also run a virus removal to insure that there is no viruses in you system. also get a good anti virus to insure that your protected.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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