Good morning. I recently had a bit of a battle with something that wouldn't let me install things. A friend of mine used Autoruns to check out what was going on that may've been blocking my ability to install stuff and found an antivirus file playing in the background. He accidentally deleted instead of disabled that, and one entry related to a Parite bug we had to get rid of months back. A few other things got erased, and I booted into normal mode to find that while my adapter works, I can only get "Limited Access". And as I was trying to recover some files suddenly "This copy of Windows is not genuine" appears in the corners [even though windows 7 came with the computer]. I think we dug into a deeper hole. Malwarebytes came up clean, and I can't use System Restore as the only point is from after this all went down. The related file we deleted may've been in the "microsoft shared" folder, likely a .dll or .exe The drivers for the adapter are up to date, and I can't roll them back. So, how screwed am I? Posting this from a library computer.