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#1 larryb46641103

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Posted 04 October 2010 - 02:43 PM

i have xp home and i got a virus that wouldnt let me reboot computer. it kept rebooting . then after a few days i tried to get on and it went to a blue screen. i made that drive my slave drive and i ran malwarebytes and found one object infected. i then tried to do a windows repair. i ran it and when it tried to log onto windows . it went back to constant rebooting stage. i never did change the settings on the ide hard drive so it was still the slave drive mode but i had taken the working hard drive out of the computer . any ideas on how i can get it back up and running again. thanks in advance

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Posted 07 October 2010 - 01:46 AM

First of all, put the jumpers back to Master.

Please let me know what MBAM had detected (filename).

What version of Windows are you running?

We Need to Diagnose Your BlueScreen
  1. When you boot your machine, press F8 to list the startup options, exactly as you would if you were trying to enter Safe Mode
  2. Select "Disable Automatic Restart on System Failure", as shown here:
  3. When your system BSODs, write down the STOP error code, as well as any written out error message back here. The STOP error will always appear, but the message may not. You are looking for this:
Please post me the error(s).

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Posted 17 October 2010 - 07:16 AM

Due to lack of feedback, this topic will now be closed.

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