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KiwiProbie

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Ok my friend got her laptop back from the shop and she has windows 7 prem.

 

Since its been back from the shop its been laggy as [bleep] when she tries to watch something with windows media player or VLC it crashes, any games except layers of fear, its just crazy what is happening with her laptop, and since trying to get the AMD drivers through AMD''s website doesn't help because they dont have it, and on top of that the auto detect dowloads and installs and then it doesn't do anything after that.

 

I am not sure what else to do to help her, we have done the sfc /scannow and that shows that there is nothing wrong.  Any one have any suggestions?

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I don't know why the laptop was in the shop, you should strongly consider taking it back though.

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Thank you I will pass this on to her.


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