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Shell Hardware Detection slowin down boot up.


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My computer all of a sudden started taking forever to boot up. When I disabled all services it booted up fine like it used to. So I started checking a bunch of the services at a time and kept rebooting until I found out what was causing the slow boot up and it turns out Shell Hardware Detection was causing the slow bootup. Does this mean that my Shell Hardware Detection is corrupt. Is there somewhere I can download the file for Shell Hardware detection and replace the one I have now that's causing the slow bootup? I'm not sure what I should do now.
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I just ran sfc /scannow and now everything is fine.
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