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Won't boot after Hit Man Pro


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Okay, so I helped someone who had the Google redirect virus. At first I just did the usual MalwareBytes scanning and AVG and all. Didn't remove it so I planned on using ComboFix. Didn't really want to have to remove all the AV and spyware protection I just installed and I had heard good things about hit man so I just went for it and tried it. It deleted my winlogon and some other files I believe. As it isn't my computer, I dont have the disk. In any case, I booted into REATOGO and already have an OTL.txt. I was planning on typing a fix in the notepad but the keyboard returns different letters than what I press. Not sure if its just a thing on this live OS. I think that is unlikely but I have no idea what could cause that on the keyboard. Also, if there is any way to restore using Hirens I already have that lying around. As I understand it, OTLPE should handle it fine, assuming I have the fix.txt.
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Sorry about the double post but immediately after I posted I realized the cause of the "keyboard malfunction." I guess for whatever reason it defaulted in this OS to Fn key as always on. So my problem was that it was returning the inlaid function keys. sorry about that
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