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It takes more then 10 minutes to start and keeps hanging in between

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Try to turn off the laptop and remove the cables and battery on it. Then press and hold power button for 5 secs. Reinsert the battery and cables then turn it on the laptop. If it is slow to start, there is a problem with the power supply inside your laptop, kindly call IBM for laptop repair...

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