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so i put NO?
Or How Do I make it Boot from the Cd in the Begining
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While the computer is on put the CD in.
Turn off the computer (at this point just unplug it)
Turn the computer on and press F2 until you get the BIOS set up screen.
Look for the Boot order.
Set the CD/DVD as the first boot device.
Press F10 to save and exit.
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If the system restore does get the machine up and running, please do not turn it off untill the malware experts get you fixed.
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ok i did it now its asking this
press any key to boot from cd....
press f1 to start recovery
and it still says
bootsector:write
virus:continue yes or no
Do i put no?
Well i put no and then it says MBR ERROR
and it keeps saying. Continúe Virus yes or no
i keep saying no n it stil says MBR ERROR
and it also says press any key to boot from cd
and i keep pushing any key and nothing happens?

Edited by Flakko, 01 November 2008 - 04:22 PM.

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You press any key to boot from CD
If you have no other option but to answer yes or no you answer no.
The press F1 to start recivery is a good thing.
You would lose all of your data, but be able to start over .
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Ok,
We already know that you are infected.
A malware expert is going to have to finnish this....
So select yes.
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Some times I do not see the obvious!
Please go in to the BIOS again and look for the anti-virus settings.
This may be in the advanced or security section.
Please turn the anti-virus off.

Edited by hfcg, 01 November 2008 - 04:44 PM.

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well i dont got no other option becuase i keep pushing any key and the cd doesnt boot either way...but the thing is that i dont want to lose any data....and plus if thats my only option i dont got a recovery cd?
Ok so how do i talk to a malware expert?
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Restart the computer and press F2 until you get in to the BIOS set up screen.
Look for a setting for a BIOS anti-virus.
Turn this off and press F10 to save and exit.
Then you should be able to press any key and boot from CD.
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i cant find avananced and security section all it has is this
Standard CMOS Features
Avanced BIOS Features
Avanced Chipset Features
Intergrated Peripherals
Power Managegment
wich one do i go in??
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i went in thru all of them and none of them says any thing like wat u said
'anti-virus settings.
This may be in the advanced or security section.
Please turn the anti-virus off.'

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Advanced chipset most likely, ALL of them until you find the anti-virus settings.
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ok i found it but now that i did that it tells me press any key to boot cd
i keep pushing and nothing seems to work is there anything that i could do so it would do
it on its own without it having to tell me to press any key to boot??
it also said it cd could not boot from code 1 and then goes to the blue scren again and starts restarting
all over and over again

Edited by Flakko, 01 November 2008 - 05:30 PM.

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Are you using a wireless keyboard?
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Remake the disc,
You are burning an ISO not a file.
Please follow the directions in the tutorial that I posted the link to very carefully.
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