Windows 7 takes a long time to load the desktop after login

Hello

I am using windows 7 on my HP 530 laptop. My friend who installed and activated, but I think that it has installed the cracked version. After installation, it was really perfect. but after a while when I connected to the internet, some updates have been installed, and then when I logged in the windows, he invites me that you are using a pirated version or something like that (I don't know more actually). then I restored to my previous state and then everything was fine. After that I stopped the automatic updates, but these days my startup window is having a few problems. After entering the password, its taking a long time to load the office and its keep on the list "loading, please wait...". »

I'm so sick of that, also, I have to restart my laptop by pressing the power button, and after the reboot, it works fine. But I need someone to answerwhy its taking a long time to load the desktop...?

Also, please give me some advice to solve this problem, keep this idea in mind that my computer is virus free and got a good processor and RAM. I installed my windows in the C drive, and in my C drive only almost 2 GB of space is left (or almost). and there is no program running auto in msconfig, other than gtalk, Skype, etc.

I'll be really grateful if someone please give me the solution.

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