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Whether something like that occurs really depends on what type of malware infection you are dealing with. If critical system files are involved which relate to booting up a machine and those files are not replaced properly, bootup failure can occur with any operating system. The TDSS Rootkit Removing Tool (TDSSKiller.exe) is a specialized tool created by Kaspersky specifically for TDSS rootkit infections. I have successfully used it while assisting users with Windows 7 machines, and I have yet to encounter a bootup problem but am aware that in some cases that can happen.
But I am terrified, I've been reading everywhere that if you run this on windows 7, your computer will stop working soon after the scan and reboot has completed.
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