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XP Sp3, Reboot = Reset problem =_=;;

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#1 JKai


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Posted 01 August 2009 - 01:38 AM

Hello, I have windows XP Sp3. I use Spyware Doctor /w Anti-Virus. I have came across a bunch of 'Low Threat' and 'Medium Threat' files when I scanned today. I did the usual, which is just click on Fix Checked. Now I have a huge problem. Every time I reboot my computer the Window gets reset as if this is my very first time running it. The icons on both desktop and system tray, and the start menu display gets reset. I also get the Windows XP tour pop up =_=;;;. This problem started to happen AFTER I scanned and deleted all the infected files...

Can someone help me with this problem????

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Posted 01 August 2009 - 10:47 AM

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Is there a way that you could restore the files that you deleted using a restore feature in Spyware Doctor?
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