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The shutter is a moving part. It is also made up of several plastic leafs that rub together when opening and closing. Lift the mirror to see if any of them are damaged. You will have to fire the shutter each time before you look as there are 2 sets of shutter leafs. 1 set at the top and 1 set at the bottom firing in rotation. 1 set is of 4 and 1 set is of 2 leafs. also check the action of the mirror. Both are run from the same motor and both have springs to help operation. metal on plastic tends to wear so how many shots have been fired? To check shutter count look up astrojargon and download the EOSinfo software (free) and plug your camera in to your pc. Should give you a shutter count.
not a problem, slow display response, if the graphic card is "onboard" try to give him some more memory in the bios.
maybe you run too many aplications together - close open apps.
maybe you play a very high resolution demanding game - lower the resolution in game,
maybe you have very little RAM on computer (at least 512 MB) - buy more RAM,
maybe you have a virus or malaware that "eats" memory- run a complete check
If problem is coming continously for a long time then before starting camera try taking taking out sim card reinsert it back then try the camera option.If this doesn't works then simply take back up of ur data and do master reset of your phone.