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So about a month ago I was doing some much needed maintenance on my computer. I ran malwarebytes and it detected a few infections and I removed them all as usual. After that i did a disk clean up and ran CCleaner (which I recently found out wasn't a good idea) when I was finished doing this some of my files were missing from my start menu and program files. After all the Googling for similar problems i found out that my files were just hidden in a file called Temp\smtmp which the CCleaner had already removed. I ran unhide.exe and it restored a few files but not all... So~o where do I go from here?
I had a look at your guide but it seems i've run into a problem. I'm not sure if the link provided under Windows Vista 32-bit US English did what it was meant to do, it restored some files that were missing but theres a few still missing in both my program files and my start menu...
Edited by Freedom-Yamato, 03 September 2012 - 05:01 AM.