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Asus laptop is slow in booting up because the control deck feature is slow in booting up. How do I disable it? Thanks.

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Go to start/ type msconfig on the search box/click the start up tab, a system configuration box will appear/click the disable button to uncheck all the programs that has checked, the only 1 ur going to disable is the antivirus, so look for it and check. Click apply and ok. Your pc will asked you to restart the NB. It should start up much faster after this procedure.

Hope this helps.

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On laptops, sometimes your TouchPad is disabled for no apparent reason. To reactivate it, first try restarting your PC. If there's no good change just try:

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This trick works in Windows XP and Windows Vista.
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