When using Windows 7, there is a chance that you may run across some stability issues. In order to know what you are dealing with and be able to fix the problems, there are several things you must know before you begin to troubleshoot the issues you are having. First, try to eliminate what is not causing these issues before you start working on what are causing them. What I mean by this is eliminate the things that are not causing these issues. For instance, if your computer is loading, but it will not let you get past the log in screen, then it probably not your hard drive or anything that is pertaining to that. It could also be as simple as Windows 7 needing an upgrade. Normally, this is the issue that is the cause of the computer to be running slowly. The first thing to do would be to install the Windows 7 disk. Once you have done this select upgrade. This should allow you to upgrade the current Windows 7 operating system, without erasing any documents or files on the computer. Once the operating system has upgraded, proceed to restart the computer. If the problem is still there, there is another thing to try that should be sure to fix the issue. Click on the start menu at the bottom of the desktop. Select all programs from the start menu and choose accessories and system tools. From there, click on system restore. Press next to move on to the system restore screen. Select a date in which the computer was working correctly and click on it. Once you have restored back to a previous date, run a full tune up with the internet security that is on the computer, once this is done run a virus scan just to be sure. After all of these steps are followed, restart the computer. The computer should now be free and clear of stability issues.
When there is a problem with your Windows 7 not booting, there are a few steps that need to take place in order to resolve this issue. The first step is to install the Windows...
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