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Laptop really slow booting and folder loading


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uberfayt2

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Hello everybody
Recently my laptop is really taking lots of time to boot and to load folders at the point of lagging. Softwares work fine as long as i don't open a folder. I think some windows update caused this. Can you help me please
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happyrock

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since you suspect a update is the cause...have you tried system restore yet...if not do so...go back about a week prior the the issue starting...
is this a desktop...
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i already tried system restore. unfortunately the only restoration point is just from 2 days ago and restoration fails for some reason.
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we will deal with restore after this
are you running vista or 7...
click on start...in the search box...type in msconfig...continue or for 7 select it from the results above...start up tab...
drag the bottom of the window down so that everything is showing and take a screenshot...post the screenshot for us

how to post a screenshot...go here...
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