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Windows 7 really SLOW


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sergiod82

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I have some problems with my computer. I just got a new one, with new components like motherboard, memory ram, Intel processor. I am using the same dvd rom and a memory that my brother gave me. a tech installed windows7 and it work just fine like for about two days. at the third day it was really slow, so I turn it off and when I tried to turn on again a screen with two option start windows repair mode or windows 7 normal. Either case windows did not run. It was like stop in the screen where says Windows is starting...
I formatted the hard disk and tried to install windows 7 again... it was really really slow. Now when I get in to windows7 is really slow.
What can it be? i don't know what can I do?
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Hello sergiod82.... Welcome to
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:ph34r: :yes:

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sergiod82

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Thanks... the hard drive was bad.
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Good news you figured it out but bad news means you have to replace it now.
Glad you did get it figured out though. Please let us know if we can help in any other way now. :thumbsup:
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