I just got home today and i boot up my computer.. and i just had a fresh format about a week ago, so i hadn't quite got AVG on my computer (bad move i know).
Anyway, i look up after booting and there a program called spysherriff "scanning" my computer. I Try to close it but nothing happens, so i open up the task man. and right when i'm was looking for the process to kill, in the process tree. BUt i was too late and my computer just crashed, basically just turned off.
I tried to book back up but.. i pretty much just booted to a blank screen every time, i can't even get into the bios. ANd all the SpySherrif removers assume i can boot... but i can't...
SO i was wondering if there was some kinda of rescue boot disk i could use to remove it.
I have some important info on my drive i need, so it'd be great for a solution besides formatting. Worse comes to worse i'll find a piece of crap computer to slave my hard drive too and get all the docs. i need and then just format. *shrugs*
Help would be great,
(Moderator edit: post moved to more appropriate forum. jgweed)
Edited by jgweed, 27 July 2006 - 12:49 AM.