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URGENT HELP NEEDED BADLY: Windows is not working at all!

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March 20, 2013 9:56:26 AM

Okay, so over the past few days the computer has becoming slow. I was supposed to upgrade to 64bit on the 16th march but I downloaded the wrong ISO, so it did 32bit upgrade and I had to get another license key.

Then, the next day, I get L4D2 off steam, I download it and I have to download it overnight cause of my rubbish Internet, and I also do a few torrents in progress.

Then, next morning, Chkdisk (yay) and after that Chkdisk I install L4D2, and I get the stuff I need from the torrents.

Tuesday: When I come home, I do my rendering on after effects and I turn off my computer. Then I come back, and my computer just does not want to work. And then I go bed.

And now: the computer is just being an absolute piece of garbage.

Will not load up ANY PROGRAM'S INCLUDING THE EXPLORER WINDOWS.

WILL NOT LOAD UP MSCONFIG SO I CAN DO A CLEAN BOOT.

AND TASK MANAGER. BLACK SCREEN, MINUTE AFTER, ERROR MESSAGE. AND I AM BACK TO SQUARE 1.

WILL NOT CONNECT TO INTERNET THROUGH WINDOWS EXPLORER.

AND IT WON'T STARTUP ANYTHING.

Great. (Sorry for caps)

And then, I try these methods:

Boot into safe mode normally and do MSCONFIG. nothing.
Go into SM with Networking and try to look on Internet. nothing.
SFC = Zilch.
Restart = 0

Just a really bad computer which I built 3 months ago which won't even load up CMD.

Sorry for the long post by the way.

So now, I am relying on humanity to solve my problem, As I have work and stuff to do right this second which I am missing. Please help me. I don't want to reinstall/format because I have important things and I don't have the disk for windows anymore :(  Please please please help me

Thank you!



March 20, 2013 10:07:29 AM

You can try a repair install but you might just have to accept that a reformat/reinstall is the best solution.
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March 20, 2013 10:08:34 AM

EnderWiggin said:
You can try a repair install but you might just have to accept that a reformat/reinstall is the best solution.


Okay, cool, how would I do that? Thanks
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March 20, 2013 10:08:38 AM

sounds like a virus go you. on another pc download hirem boot cd and or a free anti virus rescue cd. companies like avg and avast have free iso boot cd/usb images.
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March 20, 2013 10:11:55 AM

smorizio said:
sounds like a virus go you. on another pc download hirem boot cd and or a free anti virus rescue cd. companies like avg and avast have free iso boot cd/usb images.


Hooray for me!

Um, okay, because can you see a virus in your taskmanager or the MSCONFIG? Because I know it can host itself in the memory, and like a virus, spread?
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March 20, 2013 10:40:02 AM

You will never guess what.

Did a long system restore which got rid of a whole load of rubbish and the torrented program (open source and free btw, I know this forum is not into piracy) and guess what? It loaded up my stuff again!

EDIT: And it done it again.

:)  great.
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March 20, 2013 12:31:04 PM

Hi :) 

Run a hard drive test in DOS... HIRENS BOOT CD etc, it sounds like a failing hard drive...

All the best Brett :) 
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