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SRAPPFILEHOUND stole my internet.


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#1 imtoothru

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Posted 31 July 2014 - 02:10 AM

It all started when i downloaded somethiing and thisSRAPPFILEHOUND varmit took out the internet on my computer. And in trying to remove it i tried this file RemVimes.reg  i found in a forum and now my computer is saying desktop is not installed. I can get to Cmd.exe and task manager other then that its just a black screen like the desktop is trying to come up but the only icon in the recycle bin . Windows key + x opens and file mgr opens and list all the windows folders but im not sure where to go from here. Its windows 8.1 any suggestions.?    Thanks



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Posted 31 July 2014 - 12:36 PM

Open the Task Manager, click on the File tab and choose Run a new task.

 

In the search box type in control panel, then click on OK.

 

When the Control Panel opens click on Find and fix problems under System Security

 

Troubleshooting will open.  You will see Recovery in the lower left corner, click on this.

 

In the Advanced recovery tools click on Open System Restore.

 

Follow the prompts till you get to the restore points, choose a restore point prior to this problem.


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