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Repost : I think I have some.

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#1 Rynam


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Posted 13 September 2009 - 04:23 PM

I swore to myself I wouldn't make a rookie mistake, but I guess I couldn't avoid it. Due to my posting in the wrong section, this is a repost of my minidump files and HijackThis file. Anybody that can help, please. Hopefully I got it right this time. I think I had some malware or viruses or something. I know I got rid of a few with some antivirus programs, but I think they may have done enough damage before I got to them. If you want, I can post the RootRepeal report as well. I wasn't sure about the DDS report, if I should post it in this post or not. Thank you for your help.

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 12:47 PM

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#3 Rynam

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Posted 29 September 2009 - 11:45 PM

I have henceforth resolved my problems with my pc. I thank you for your help, I'm sure that if I hadn't taken the course of action that I took, your advise would have been extremely helpful. My installation of windows was so badly damaged due to multiple viruses and conflicts with multiple drivers that I reinstalled windows on my computer and discovered that yet another memory port on my motherboard has gone bad. This of course, was the culprit of the multiple memory errors I was receiving. I'm pretty sure that within the next few months I will end up having to replace my motherboard due to it's short but well-lived life. As for other errors, I've been running for a week now with no problems whatsoever and have been downloading tons of things without any damage being done. Thank you for your assistance and wish you luck with helping other souls take a gentler route to computer repair.

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Posted 30 September 2009 - 12:44 PM

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