These solutions from Microsoft may do the trick, they worked for me. Step 1
: Click Start and type cmd
in the search field. Right-click cmd
under the Programs list and choose Run as Administrator
. Accept the UAC prompt.
Type powercfg /RestoreDefaultPolicies
then press Enter to run the command.
then press Enter again to close the Command Shell. Step 2
: Next, click Start again and navigate to Control Panel>System & Security>Action Center>Troubleshooting.
In the Troubleshooting
window, under System & Security
, click Check for Performance Issues
then follow the Wizard's instructions for disabling Startup applications. Step 3
: Download the free edition of SuperAntiSpyware
and carry out a virus scan. Remove any viruses or Adware and restart your computer then check the status of the issues found.
When you've finished, uninstall SuperAntiSpyware in Uninstall a Program and any non-Microsoft anti-virus software you may be using. To remove the third-party anti-virus applications, click Start
then click Run
and type appwiz
, and then press Enter
In the list of installed programs, uninstall any anti-virus application other than Microsoft Security Essentials.
You'll probably find it better to create a system restore point before you start then restart your computer when you've finished.