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28 Jan 2012  
duongducminh

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DustSailor View Post
Not really... But you might check 'optimization' in my signature for something that might speed it up a bit.

Also, try these tutorials, but make sure you read all the warnings that go with them:
Startup Repair
Repair Install

Make sure the computer isn't getting too hot, and blow out all the dust. Make sure all parts are getting enough air.
hey i've turned on my computer on the next day and after the "starting windows" screen this popped up: "hardware malfunction attachment.:"
does this mean one of the hardware is dead? or does it have too much dust and hence no air as you said? and also, how can i identify the dead hardware as quick as possible?
Note: 1 of the side of my desktop's case is open, i've always left it open for air to circulate inside.

thanks
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