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Computer Slow I Have Reg cure and pareto cleanup but it still seems a bit slow. Not real slow but if i could say slightly sluggish. Has anyone got any ideas.

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  • slimpa Apr 29, 2008

    i have the same problem. when i turn on my laptop its 'quit slow, so as shuting it down. And when the power goes off my battle does not stay long then it goes off.



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You have been infected with computer virus, You may scan your computr online

If this not work, maybe you should back up your files and then reformat and reinstall the system.


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