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mac book pro running very very slow help


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I have have a MAC book pro running Mac OS X v10.5 (Leopard). The machine has an issues where the the operating system will not load this happens every 6 months or so and the only why to fix the problem is to reload the operating system with the but without wiping the user data. This time the operating system has loaded but the machine is running very very slow to the point it is not usable. Help
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