Every time I turn on my Windows 7 unit, it takes it's good ole time to come to a complete stop; and let's me use the computer. It seems to be in a constant loop where the cursor keeps going round and round forever. To tell if the start-up is completed, I generally right click on the desk top and do a refresh. If all the icons pop up together I figure the system is ready. If they start popping one by one, then I wait till I can get them to pop instantaneously. (hope that made sense)
I have Norton Security, Super Anti-Spyware, Malwarebytes (all versions), and have done scans with various other scanners, and none of them show any problem. Once the system gave me a black screen and did a disc check that said something like "designated free space shows allocated. corrected to free space again". Additionally, if I should let it enter screen saver mode sometimes it comes back without any problems but most of the time I have to do a restart.
What do you think is going on? Is my hard drive fixing to go?
I've attached a Speecy file for someone to look at