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Windows 7: psu possibly overloaded, extremely slow booting

16 Nov 2013   #11

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate and numerous virtual machines

Hi kirakodera. Welcome to Seven Forums.
Try this trial of HD Sentinal, Download Hard Disk Sentinel
This will show you if the drive is bad and causing the problem. As you have replaced the PSU and it has made no difference I suspect you have a drive issue. A bad and failing hard drive can cause this slow booting issue and there is no magic fix save replacement of the drive. Post a screen shot with your next post. Good Luck Tony.

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