|OK ok, well computer finally fixed I almost gave up. So if any of you guys ever run into a fake.sys file that's causing problems here's the fix:|
1. let vista do it's repair thing and fail, it will give you the option that lets you run the command prompt.
2. run regedit from it, the only problem is that you get a whole other hklm than the one you need.
3. open hive from regedit, location: system32\config(my problem was hidden in system), and it's suggested you use a temp key(i named my temp :) )
4. find the guilty key under system/controlset/services...etc
mines was some randomly named (sjqndujf.sys)
5. delete suspect key and unload hive VOILA!
How I found myself in such a crappy position, some malware app i'm guessing vista defender pro(rougue antispyware that in reality is spyware of in it self) made key but ofc didn't delete the ref after it was deleted. GL guys in your tech troubleshooting quest. :)
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