Re: Computer takes a long time to start up
Date: Tue, 29 Jun 2004 02:18:37 GMT
> My computer takes about 3 to 5 minutes to start up, then
> it runs OK. I keep reading that this is caused by a
> virus, but I can't find out what kind of virus it is. Can
> anyone help to how I go about finding what virus it is
> and how to fix it?
5 min, is a long time.Try some of the tips on my site.
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