oconner88 April 28, 2011 at 13:33:53 Specs: Windows Vista, 512mb
Infected computer is so slow and unresponsive that I had to remove the hdd and put it in my desktop as a slave to clean it. After cleaning with Avira and Malwarebytes (removed viruses as well as rootkits), I put the hdd back in original computer and instantly started getting the BSOD (0x0000007b). Tried to use an XP disk to do repair install but there was no option. While I had the XP disk in I tried CHKDSK which fixed some errors but still no boot. PLEASE help. This is a computer used for online schooling and is needed ASAP. Thanks for any help. George (PS...forgot to mention that I cannot get into safe mode either)
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