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Can't restore OS, event sounds changed, sound problems, web history won't delete on exit


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#1 tyronicus5000

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Posted 24 December 2010 - 02:57 PM

Hello, I noticed first that my web history will no longer delete when I exit the internet (even though I have it set to delete on exit but it will allow me to manually do it)and when I was online it added places on my computer I visited to my web history tab. Then I noticed that my windows event sounds have changed from stringed instruments to chimes and I did not do that, sound cuts out for videos and games when it never has before. I tried to restore to an earlier point and get a message saying that all of my restore points up to today can't be found in backup. I have attached a screenshot of the message I get when I try to restore to an earlier point.

A friend told me to try malware bytes after I posted this, I downloaded it. AVG said it was several infections, I got lots of errors on my screen (could not find file)uninstalled it, and it made me reboot to get rid of it... Now maybe I'm really infected?... Lamelamelamelamelame

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