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I got a black screen

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Well seem's I have a I.D.ten-t error here folks........ :)
history is ...I had malware,
removed hard drive to external drive, extracted data that was important.
ran Norton on said drive, cleaned drive ok, forwarned of 2 files in registry that could "maybe" be un accessable if I ran norton fix on them....So I did.....HEY files cleared of Malware...Excellent.
Return hard drive to desktop computer.
No Boot
No screen
just black emptiness and a hard drive that seems lost in space..... I guess that "maybe" was a "yes" your registry is screwed.

Now what do i do?

I.D.1.0.T. Error :)
See link below for details of what trouble i already caused.


Edited by challengerMechTech, 28 September 2008 - 07:13 PM.

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At this stage you should consider re-installing from the Recovery CD you said you have in your other thread.
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Ya, but nothing happend.

just found this from microsoft support.

Warning If your computer is infected with a virus and you use the FIXMBR command, you may be unable to start the computer. Before you use this command, make sure that the computer is not infected with a virus.

ok my bad.....
but now what can I do?

Edited by challengerMechTech, 29 September 2008 - 05:21 PM.

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