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My very good friend told me to come over to fix her computer. The first thing I noticed was a red icon with a white X on her taskbar asking to download new spyware. I became very concerned. I told her to run a trojan remover to fix the problem. The remover found 8 problems. I assume that it repaired them. When she rebooted she found out about the infamous login logoff loop. I personally have never seen it before. I have spent all day looking up the fixes. The problem I have is my laptop. I have the acer one. Which doesn't have a burner. I love my laptop very much so I have been trying to find a way to work around the recovery cd that needs to be burned. I have succeeded in using a flash drive to access her computer. Its a program called active boot disk recoverer. My problem seems to be using this program to burn a workable disk with the infected pc. Every time I try to burn a disk it reads as an unreadable disk. Who knows the right way. I feel like I am missing something. Help!!!!!!!
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