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My computer won't start

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#1 jbdavis1227


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Posted 28 July 2010 - 06:09 PM

I beleive that I had some kind of viruse that was making my Windows Vista run extremely slow. After running the rkill program and malwarebytes and deleting the infected files, I cannot start windows. The startup tool returns the root cause as "corrupted drivers". I have downloaded the drivers which are stored on the desktop of the machine, but have not been able to delete and reload them. I think that I need to do this from the command prompt since it is the only way to access anything at this point. Can anyone advise my next steps?

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