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    Default windows 7 home 64 bit startup repair/boot loop virus?

    Hello all. I do believe I have a virus or a trojan.I have a asus g51vxl rx05 laptop. I downloaded a mod for one of my pc games. As soon as I used winrar to extract all files to desktop,and I clicked on the installer. exe bsod,my computer restarted..it comes up with the startup repair tool. It will scan for a few seconds and tell me its unable to repair.

    I am unable to access safe mode..it does the same thing. It reboots and sends me directly to the startup repair menu where it fails to repair anything. I do have the option of running windows normally or startup repair. If I start windows normally,I make it to the windows 7 loading screen where I get a bsod. Unfortunately,my computer was bought used so I don't have a startup repair disk or any backup images.

    Is there a bootable anti virus program that I can get? Is there maybe a program I can use to at least get some of my personal files off my master hard drive? I really just want to be able to cure this virus and not lose any information. I wish I could help more with the bsod but its only on my screen for a fraction of a second so I can't grab any codes or anything to give u.

    I have one more question. I have a second internal hard drive..if I change the boot order for it to boot first,could I install a copy of windows on that hard drive then scan my other hard drive for viruses and delete the files I downloaded? Thanks for any help, I just want my pc back.

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    Default Re: windows 7 home 64 bit startup repair/boot loop virus?

    Anyone? Any idea on just installing an os on my second hdd?

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    Default Re: windows 7 home 64 bit startup repair/boot loop virus?

    If you can create a bootable CD on another computer. Try this.
    UBCD for Windows

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    Default Re: windows 7 home 64 bit startup repair/boot loop virus?

    Ya, ill try that. My job keeps me away from home for a month or so, so ill have to wait till I vet home with my extra pc. Any idea om the installing a new os on my slave drive and booting that way? Also, I don't have a windows 7 system recovery disc, but I can buy one from amazon. Would this help at all?

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    Default Re: windows 7 home 64 bit startup repair/boot loop virus?

    Quote Originally Posted by darkmajesty06 View Post
    Ya, ill try that. My job keeps me away from home for a month or so, so ill have to wait till I vet home with my extra pc. Any idea om the installing a new os on my slave drive and booting that way? Also, I don't have a windows 7 system recovery disc, but I can buy one from amazon. Would this help at all?
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    Okay, thanks. That will save around 100 bucks. I was reading on the win7 clean install you need to remove a file, do I need to download the tool this this iso as well?

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    Default Re: windows 7 home 64 bit startup repair/boot loop virus?

    There is a thread her somewhere in NBR that allows you to download the appropriate W7 version legally. Use that and perform a system repair - simplest ding to do.

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    Default Re: windows 7 home 64 bit startup repair/boot loop virus?

    Hi darkmajesty06,

    Try following this removal guide: http://realsecurity.web.officelive.c...vemalware.aspx

    It should help solve your virus problems.

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    Default Re: windows 7 home 64 bit startup repair/boot loop virus?

    hi darkmajesty06, i have a perfectly same problem like you. i have asus n61 series. would you help me and tell me how do you solve that virus problem? i have recovery DVDs but i could not boot from any disk (recovery or windows xp / win 7/ or any other)..... please help and i wuold like to hear there is a bootable antivirus for this . sorry for my bad english.

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    Default Re: windows 7 home 64 bit startup repair/boot loop virus?

    i have a hp pavillion and i recently was on the internet until a trojan file downloaded itself and now my computer will not startup. if i try just starting it up regularly it doesnt work and goes back to the black startup screen. it wont get past this screen and the system recovery wont work. not sure what to do, i bought norton but i need to get onto my comp to install it still. ANY help at all will be appreciated

 

 
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