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Hi md_rafiqr. You can do 2 things. One check the memory. Download a tool called memtest and create a boot disk and restart from it. If you get NO errors, that means you have either a virus or a service which is taking too long to close. Due to the vast quantity of services, I cant tell you which one with the information you provided. Good luck. Dont forget to rate if my answer helped you. Thank you :D

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