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Windows 7 Cryptor Virus Blue Screen Crash

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#1 jhawkdriver


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Posted 24 August 2011 - 05:38 PM

Hello All,

Not having any success with my laptop infected with Cryptor Virus. Have tried Malware and AVG with very limited success. Now the computer won't even boot up Windows...it goes to repair efforts screen and then Blue Screen crashes and starts the whole process all over again. Have tried to enter Safe Mode, but the computer runs through the script and then Blue Screen crashes again. I'm definitely out of ideas (other than buying a Windows upgrade and reinstalling) which I would prefer NOT to do unless necessary. I also have downloaded several supposed Cryptor Virus removal tools on a USB, but obviously cannot install due to the above reasons...HELP please!


Edited by Orange Blossom, 24 August 2011 - 05:46 PM.
Moved to AII from Windows 7 ~ OB

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#2 Azure Kite

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 08:29 PM

Do you have access to another computer with a CD Burner? If so you could try something like a Linux-based antivirus rescue CD. I personally use BitDefender, which allows you to boot into Linux, update the virus definitions, and scan for viruses on a hard drive.

If you do have access to another computer that has a CD Burner, try this:


This is an ISO file and if you're familiar with them great, just burn it with your burner program of choice. If not you can use something like ImgBurn to put this file onto a CD.

Here's a link to ImgBurn:
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