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Windows 7: Error Message is slowing down Windows

17 Jun 2014   #21

Windows 10 Pro

Have you done what I suggested in post 16?

If you click the blue words in post 19 by carwiz, it will take you to his post where he asked you to upload the diagnostic seven forums data so we can try to see what is going on.

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