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Posted 19 July 2012 - 02:41 AM

Some programs open fine (instantly) like Chrome, but most of my programs do not open for minutes (even to 10) at a time. By the time the applications (like Explorer or Firefox) I would already have moved on, and would not notice it open. At first I thought it was because I downloaded the game Warcraft III Frozen Throne. I honestly thought it was the computer itself and not a virus especially when RKill (explorer.exe, iexplorer.exe) and SUPERAntiSpyware would not find anything, but Microsoft Security would close randomly (Alerts in my toolbox). I have been debating using Lenovo Recovery to just put the laptop back to factory setting (though I'm not sure if it even works). This situation has gone on for around a week or two now. My desktop has black with no for the second time (the first time i used system restore in safe mode). I can open task manager, but nothing can be activated or opened.

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Posted 21 July 2012 - 07:51 PM

My computer has to use a repair with system restore after turning the computer on once. It is working again like before.




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