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Depends on the model, OS and software of the machine.
See if you can get into safe mode (hit f8 repeatedly as soon as you see the windows logo and select safe mode) and then hit start and run then type cmd and hit enter.
In the command box type sfc /scannow and hit enter. If it's fine then Windows is OK.
Download and run a program called ccleaner, disable all but antivirus in your startup folder and clean the junk files out your system too.
The next step would be to test the hardware. Download a program called SANDRA lite and install and run a full system check it will let you know if there is something wrong there.
Restart the system and see what you have.
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