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Frequent crashes and long loading times. operating system is Windows 7. DVD drive does not display. hangs up frequently during booting

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  • bishwas11 Mar 21, 2011

    i do have recovery discs but the dvd drive doesn't work

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I think at this point, you should consider using your recovery disc if you have one before the system freezes up.

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  • John Cunningham Mar 21, 2011

    What anti-virus system are you using and spyware program? I have some ideas that may help, please get back to me and we will go from there.

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