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Updates every shutdown

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#1 sportsvine


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Posted 11 May 2010 - 04:58 PM

Everytime we shut down our computer, it tries to do several updates (always at least 9, sometimes as many as 13).

A few months back, we had a nasty virus, which I had to reformat the computer.

After reformatting, the computer has been attempting these updates at every shutdown. I do not believe these updates should happen with every shutdown, just only occasionally.

Also, the computer takes longer to respond from sleep. Whenever the computer goes in sleep mode, and I move the mouse to wake the computer up, the cursor is frozen for about 20 seconds while making a weird noise 3 or 4 times.

Other than the multiple updates with every shutdown, and the very slow respond time to waking up from sleep, the computer operates perfectly fine and efficient.

Any ideas to correct the above problems?

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