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When I log onto into my window account the computer will freeze and never loads windows. It seems to be a windows update that is causing the problem, but I have another computer w/ windows 7 that does not have this issue. I am able to open in safe mode and I can revert back to an older version, but I would have to completely turn windows update off for it to continue to work. I have a model WA944SLC. Thanks.

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Your computer seems to have a virus problem.Try getting in to the safe mode and run the full system Anti-Virus scan....then put your Genuine Wndows CD in the drive....restart boot with the CD...and run a System repair...this will solve your problem..

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