Mod Edit: Merged topics - Hamluis.
First off I have nothing against the software mnf, I just wanted to uninstall Filmora demo. I proceeded and noticed it left some files which is normal, a lot of software does that. Pro let arose when I went for a routine system restore on my new SSD. It said unable to extract a certain file....but I had uninstalled Filmora, why would it be saying this?? Thought it was a reg error maybe with CC cleaner. I doubt it now. Tried reinstalling, but no go. So I reinstalled my HDD that I used to mirror to my SSD thinking this can't be happening. I went to earliest restore point which was the day of the Filmora install coincidentally?? I don't remember honestly deleting all restore points before that; proceeded to sys.restore then the worst happened. On reboot windows stops booting and tells somethings wrong and I need to insert the repair disc...I'm fuked. No disc either and a working mirror on SSD that is tainted with the same remnants that killed my Win7 OS on my HDD. I did nothing jazzy to cause this and it isn't coincidence that both drives are screwed on a system restore to a point before the Filmora install. That software is evil. Any work around without a repair disk?
I'm going to try to create a new backup disc from the mirror and use it to repair win7pro on the original HDD. It only leaves the problem with the remnants of filmora still being there, preventing a system restore.
Wish this this were a case of something else being the root cause, but I backtracked in my mind where I could've caused this. I'm pretty cautious and keep my sessions basic as possible. My system is pretty empty and uncluttered.
I'm thinking once(if) I get HDD up have to manually remove all wonder share files from the registry and give it another go. Can I do this by locating the files reg files by date? I'm also wondering if I have to hunt down all the ancillary non registry files to completely get rid of this and restore my ability TO restore.
Am I chasing my tail? Thanks for reading.
Edited by hamluis, 27 April 2016 - 08:48 AM.
Moved from Crashes/BSODs to Win 7 - Hamluis.