zachattack January 17, 2010 at 22:58:03 Specs: Windows XP
I was attacked by "Trojan:WinNT.D" a few days ago, which I'm pretty sure is now entirely removed along with all other spyware and what-not that it brought with it. However one crucial problem remains; I can't boot up my computer in normal mode. It loads for a bit and then gives me the blue system failure screen. How can I regain use of normal mode? Could this mean that there is still malicious software on my computer? Thanks in advance. Ps. Did I post this in the right section?
Sounds like a good Idea. I'll get to it right away, but will i lose any programs, files, music, etc. from it? Also will i have to do anything afterwards like update drivers or anything? Thanks for the reply
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