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Malware Doctor - Guides not helping


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#1 elephantman

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Posted 19 July 2010 - 01:01 PM

So my Vista 32bit computer recently got infected with Malware Doctor. I already had rkill, malwarebytes, and SuperAntiSpyware Pro installed on my computer, along with AVG anti-virus, and none of them were able to stop the malware. So I tried rebooting and entering task manager to shut down the malware then run the scans/rkill again. Instead, after about 2 minutes of Malware Doctor telling me everything on my computer is infected I get a blue screen and a memory dump. I try again, and no matter what order I try doing things in after 2 minutes the computer reboots.

I then tried entering safe mode, but safe mode did not start up and instead again rebooted. This time windows gave me the option of using startup repair, so I gave it a go. Startup repair doesn't run, and I'm instead given a login screen with a blank picture with the name "Other User". I tried putting in my windows login but it doesn't let me in. I tried a bunch of variations on admin/password and still nothing. It seems now windows wont even start normally, instead just crashing to a blue screen again and rebooting before I reach login. Outside of trying to salvage some stuff off the hard drive and wiping, is there anything I can do?

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