no speakers no mic after virus attack win7

April 19, 2011 at 14:50:16
Specs: Windows 7
i have tried drivers checkers,windows update,drivers update nothing seems to work,internal pseakers and mic are undetected,laptop packard bell,windows 7. i keep getting the code 43.is there any way to avoid formatting?the windows repare system doesn't find any problem. a trojan win 32 and a warm Orbina have been detected and erased by windows essentials. what should i do?

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#1
April 19, 2011 at 16:15:38
last update before the catastrophy (i didnt tell you all of it, the are also many usb ports undetected) was the Correctif pour Windows (KB981889) could it be the problem? i mean the virus could be a coincidence?it was detected much later and not by windows defender. I noticed that this update includes also vista and failed to be downloaded 4 times before automatique installation. I also noticed many files of system 32 modified right after that. Any ideas?than you for your interest.

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#2
April 19, 2011 at 21:45:22
Go to All Programs find and create the Windows 7 System Recovery
Disc (DVD 3 or 4 needed) if you haven't allready done this.
Save your Documents to a CD or DVD
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If it was my pc I would reinstall. If you had a clean backup on and
Exterior hard drive made by Acronis a Reinstall wouldn't be needed.
I've not used Ghost so I can't say about that one.

You could have made a backup with Windows 7 in the Control Panel.
Backup and Restore Icon. It also requires and Exterior hard drive.


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#3
April 19, 2011 at 23:28:40
thanks for your reply. the recovery system just wouldn't offer the before the event dates. I just hoped to avoid formating.......

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#4
April 20, 2011 at 00:00:01
go to device manager, uninstall all your usb items then reboot
any item that has a yellow apostrophy also uninstall, then reboot.

if all else fails you save your files and do a factory restore from the hidden partition, its very fast and resets your machine to the day you bought it. i recommend a reinstall as a major virus attack may have left bad stuff in the code.
once you have setup your machine again, create a system image from the backup and restore center, so you can restore your whole system in less than an hour.


i hate computers!
but cant help myself....


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