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I logged off my PC last night and all was well. It is a fairly new custom built, maybe 6 mnths old, anywho...today when I booted up I can not get anything to open or load.I get the lil eternal blue loading circle,and will only open a program or folder if I hurry upon a fresh boot. I have tried to do a system restore, however only option given is todays date, I ran CCCleaner...found nothing. I checked memory....seem fine. I am not sure if this is a hard drive going bad or maybe a vid card...not sure what to do. I am not able to open anything what so ever, when I am able to, it is only after the lil blue circle ran for 5 minutes or so, but once item does open it freezes. Please help or suggest. Thank you!,
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