After installing SpyHunter 4, it made some changes to my start-up settings and I could no longer start Windows 7. Instead, it goes to grub (http://i.imgur.com/opPvS80.jpg), but I am not able to give commands (http://i.imgur.com/o1q5UWJ.jpg), as there is no keyboard input. This had always been a problem, but it never caused a problem as idleness led to Windows 7 starting up. Only very rarely was I able to use my keyboard. I pressed a key to read more, and in the end it brought me to a command screen. I gave relevant commands that I found on forums, but nothing worked.
To solve this, I added the windows 7 ISO to a USB (using YUMI). Then I went to BIOS and I ran YUMI (USB loader), and I got to this screen (http://i.imgur.com/O2Nt6Tk.jpg). As opposed to before, I cannot use my keyboard anymore; not at all, not even rarely. I need the keyboard input to get YUMI to run the Windows 7 ISO.
On various forums it was suggested that there is some setting wrong in the BIOS (keyboard input does work in BIOS!). Indeed, this was the case: (http://i.imgur.com/ACLDELK.jpg). I changed the settings to fully initiazable, hopeful that on my next start-up I could select grub bootable from YUMI. No luck, still no input. I have a USB keyboard and I've tried disabling USB 3.0 and I've connected the keyboard to all USB slots. I've tried changing various other options in the "boot" section of my BIOS.
What to do? I feel like my BIOS is not truly applying the settings, although it does save the settings.
Edited by vottiking, 23 January 2015 - 09:24 AM.