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I'm not talking about the Windows OS refresh feature. I'm talking about using my own refreshing procedure. I'm planning to remove all the unnecessary applications including everything those applications might have. I need to clear everything from registration entries to settings. What are the things to take care of while doing so? 

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We changed the position of our PC yesterday while we were managing our room. The PC worked fine in the old room but it reboots itself these days. A sound is produced inside the casing but I don't know what's that. Is it the power supply which is causing this? How to fix this problem?

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I have a desktop PC and I use it frequently. Nowadays, it is taking a lot of time to boot. My problem is totally different from the other problems posted all over the Internet. After the Windows logo disappears, my monitor shows a 'No Signal' message and it appears for about 5 seconds. After that, system bots and takes a lot of time to load. How to fix this?

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I need a powerful PC for less than 700, so I have assembled some parts and I want you guys to help me settle for the best. Here are the parts that I have chosen.

·         Intel core i5-4460 3.2Ghz processor($179)

·         ASRock H97 Anniversary motherboard($71)

·         G.Skill low voltage series 2x4GB memory($66)

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Gaming PCs cost a lot more than PS4s but it is said that PCs run games in better graphics and settings than in PS4. Is that the truth? Should I spend a lot of money and buy a gaming PC or but a PS4 for $399? Which hardware are most of you using for gaming?

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I was uninstalling Android Studio from my desktop PC last night. Suddenly, the power went out. Today morning, I tried to start my PC but it isn't booting at any cost. I have checked everything including the power supply cord, cables, etc. However, I can get to the safe mode screen but my PC still doesn't boot in safe mode. I really need help. What to do now?

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I'm having hard time with my desktop PC. I'm unable to turn it on. When I press on the power button, nothing happens but the green light on the front part of the CPU glows. Only the green light glows after pressing the power button but the red doesn't. What should I do to fix this? Have I lost my hard drive?

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I know that WeChat is strictily limited to Android devices but I can't live without WeChat being on PC. I've heard that some Android apps can be run on Windows PC but I'm not sure WeChat will work or not. What can be done in order to use WeChat on PCs?

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Is buying refurbished PCs a good idea these days? I'm planning to buy a PC with Intel Core 2 Duo clocked at 2.5 GHz with 4GB RAM and a 500GB hard drive. Is it good to invest $360 for this PC? I would be using it for making documents, uploading photos, playing games and watching videos. Any suggestions?

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I was working on my PC and suddenly, my display went off. The fan keeps running and there's no display on the monitor. The monitor reads that there's no input signal. Actually, I haven't saved my work in Word so I don't want to turn off my PC. I have tried to push the HDMI cable but it didn't work.

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