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Win 32 Olmarik TDL4 trojan Removal


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System Recovery Options Box is now open. The choices are: Use recovery tools that can help fix problems. or Restore your computer using a system image that you created earlier.
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From the CD select system restore
Restore the computer to the latest restore point and reboot
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It says Windows cannot find a sysytem image on this computer
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Restart windows and immediately press and hold F8
On the menu that appears select last known good
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Re-Image your Computer
Two choices under the Advance buttonw - Search for a system image on the network
or Install a driver
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sorry didn't see your last response. after restarting, and pressing F8 - it is now loading Windows files from the DVD
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Try last known good from the safe mode menu first

It appears that you may have a new variant as the MBR change is done totally with MS tools and has never failed before
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OK - now at the System Recovery Options window again with tow choices. Use recovery tools that can help...Windows 7 is listed under the Operating System
Or Restore your computer using a system image that you created earlier
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I did use the last known good from the safe menu to get to this point
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Remove the dvd from the system and then restart - does that work ?
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After removing the disk we made:
It begins, then flashes a blue screen for just a second, then goes to the windows error recovery screen.

I have the drivers disk and the windows 7 operating system disk - if either of these might help.
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At the error recovery screen what options are presented to you
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Launch Startup Repair or Start window normally

I didn't act quick enough so it is in the startup repair sequence.
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It stoppped without correcting the problem. I turned it off. Glad i have another computer.
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When it completes the start up repair does it state what the error is ?
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