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Clean up your unwanted start up

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power on the system and as soon as you press the power button keep tapping the F8 key .this should take you to windows advanced option safe mode and press enter.this should take you to the safe mode where minimum and basic services are running.then
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if it doesn't go to windows then go safe mode and follow the same steps and this time click on on hide all microsoft services and disable the rest.and reboot.
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Pc taking more time to start

If your PC is taking more time to start than usual, you could probably think of some of the most recent programs you have installed on the PC. What I recommend is checking some of the start up programs that automatically start when Windows loads up. Each of them uses vital system processes and can slow down the time it takes to boot up completely.
I suggest downloading a program that can manage your start up programs and also do the necessary clean ups on your PC automatically. Click here for the link.
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I hope you are using windows vista.

Go to start menu of your computer, scroll to control panel and click it.

From control panel, look for Windows Update Icon and double click it. You would see Install windows up date from there.

Or click start ,menu, under search, type "Windows update" and press enter, it will automatically take you to windows update. Use this method as well, if you are using win xp.

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5. Hit 'OK' and restart.

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Very long start up it takes 2-3 hrs...

Hey pinas all you need to do is disable the startup by doing the following steps

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Now it really important to scan your system for protected files which needs to be restored in their original form.
Insert windows xp disc in the drive
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In the last scan your system with mcafee 8.5i antivirus enjoy.

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