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It may be the problem of software overloading.so you need to remove some unwanted programs at startup.to do that,go to 'run' in the start menu and type 'msconfig' then hit enter.then you will see a dialogue box.select 'startup' at the right corner and you will be able to see some ticks in boxes.remove the ticks from the programmes that you do not want to run at startup.then restart the computer.

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