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HP 110 Desktop PC Series
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OK , I had been searching around deleting certain things trying to rid my computer of anything to do with Reimager(supposed to be associated with microsoft . so anyways I ended up doing a system restore which didnt solve any issues . I ended up with a could not load  , corrupt or missing files . By the way I'm running windows 10 version 1607 . so the corrupt or missing file showed as CDPUser Svc_9c3dab . Error code 15100 . I've searched microsoft,windows,tecnet,and cant get an answer that I can understand . whatever this error is , its definitely effecting my PC .PC was super fast now it takes awhile to load a page or it wont load at all . I get messages saying page is not responding . Start up is slow . I have had windows 10 for over a year I believe and never had problems before . I don't know if its something I did or windows itself . I noticed in microsoft and windows forums that alot of people are having problems like mine but any answers I seen where just a little to complicated for me . when they wrote the book windows for Dummies they were thinking of me . Oh , by the way , Hello People . I hope someone can help me .Thank's alot Bob M.:womansad:

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ReImage has no association with Microsoft. 

 

I suggest uninstalling it. It is so bad there are web pages  detailing how to get rid of it.

https://www.google.nl/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C1CHBF_enNL711NL711&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q...

 

You can try using Windows 10  System Restore to a restore point dated before you installed ReImage to restore your PC's performance.  

 

Windows recovery options

 

If system recovery does not help, then I suggest using  Windows Reset.

 

The downside of Reset is that it removes all programs and personal data from your PC

 

Don't forget to click on the green Accept as Solution button if I helped you solve your issue.
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HP Recommended

ReImage has no association with Microsoft. 

 

I suggest uninstalling it. It is so bad there are web pages  detailing how to get rid of it.

https://www.google.nl/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&rlz=1C1CHBF_enNL711NL711&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q...

 

You can try using Windows 10  System Restore to a restore point dated before you installed ReImage to restore your PC's performance.  

 

Windows recovery options

 

If system recovery does not help, then I suggest using  Windows Reset.

 

The downside of Reset is that it removes all programs and personal data from your PC

 

Don't forget to click on the green Accept as Solution button if I helped you solve your issue.
Click on the Yes button if my assistance was helpful and you would like to say thanks!
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