Solved How can I open my downloaded game in a binary file on QuickW

August 25, 2012 at 19:22:35
Specs: Linux i686
I have an Hp 2000-369WM Notebook PC...I ran a scan thru my Microsoft Security Essentials Antivirus Software. It showed I have a corrupted Windows Media Library. I am unable to log in to my Windows 7 upon startup. Screen says The User Profile Service service failed the login. User Profile cannot be loaded. Tried all the Troubleshooting tips via Safemode with Networking with no success. I have no internet connection in my Windows 7. So I am accessing internet via my Hp QuickWeb and thus able to post here.. I use my laptop basically for Gaming, E-mail, and Social Networking sites. I have downloaded various games from Facebook games and BigFish and some from Hp Games...but it automatically pops up saying the games are saved in a Binary File. I am unable to open these Binary Files to play my games!! I never did a System Restore or a Backup Files. Foolish I Know, but I am Computer Illiterate and do not have any knowledge whatsover about any of this!! Please Help!! I would be so Grateful for any advice!!!

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August 26, 2012 at 04:46:49
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Scan with Malwarebytes in Safe Mode with Networking.
Your System Restore is turned on by default and will create a new restore point once a week and whenever a new program or update is installed. You should be able to initiate a system restore from Safe Mode. After restoring run Malwarebytes again. It is possible that with a really nasty infection you cannot launch System Restore even though you actually have restore points stored. In this case you can do a System Restore and even a Start Up Repair from a Windows 7 Repair Disc. This you should also have made when the system was new. If you did not make one, you can make one on another Windows 7 machine as long as both are either 32bit or 64bit and use that. Be wary of where you download your games from in the future. I do not recommend letting Windows save everything to the 'Library' but to make whatever folders on your hard drive you need for saving different types of files to like one for downloaded games. Obviously you need to set up a back up for the future. If the above does not work, you may need to do a factory restore which will return the machine to the way it was shipped to you originally. If you have personal files you need to save (other than games and installed programs) you should use a Live Linux Disk (Puppy Linux or other) to save these to an external drive first so you will not loose them.

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August 26, 2012 at 10:25:28
Thank You Soooo Much Fingers!!!! I Will Definately give this a try!!!! I need to educate myself on computer usage, so as to avoid issues such as these in the future!!! The Media Library Corruption was from Downloading a movie from a BitTorrent site!!! Won't do that again!!!! ;-)

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