New to the forums and really need any help or ideas anyone could offer. Seeing if someone can give me an idea how much damage I did. My work computer picked up that Homeland Security warning virus that locks up your desktop. I removed it from my parents computer this summer by running a system restore so thats what I did this time. Problem was I thought I restored it back to a few days ago, turns out the latest restore point was 12/1 of last year...back before this computer was assigned to me. When I restarted the computer, it no longer recognized my work login name. It gave me this message "THE TRUST RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THIS WORKSTATION AND THE PRIMARY DOMAIN FAILED"
I can only log onto windows under the administrator. I've done system restore before and it hasnt affected any files but have never gone this far back. My IT guy seems to think I did not lose anything, but I dont see how - if I set this computer back before it was even set up for me. I'm not concerned really about my work files, those are all in my email at some location, but I had a couple Word docs on my desktop for a class im taking and I moved my vacation pics there because my laptop was on its last leg and I didnt want to lose them. I have to think all that stuff is gone right? Its also saying I'm running an a version of Windows 7 now that is not geniune. So I'm thinking they'll have to reinstall all the applications they did in March when they set this thing up for me? I dont think thats a problem but I feel bad being a headache and creating more work for our guy. Greatly appreciate any input. Thank you.