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Hi all, new to this so please reply in usable english rather than geekspeak; had trojan olmarik.tdl4 in win32, on laptop using windows 7; used eset to get rid, which system said it had before shutting down to reboot; ever since then goes into windows repair mode and shuts down unable to boot via F8 or indeed any other way. any bright ideas please? cheers
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Hi do you have the windows CD ?
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Unfortunately not as computer second hand; from your reply, i'm guessing i probably need to get hold of one and use it to reboot?
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Hi Thanks for response, unfortunately don't have a disk, guess from your query i need to get one and use it to reload / reboot system?
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Yes as we need to use the recovery console from that disc ... Or

Create a Windows 7 System Repair Disc

Dowload the following to your desktop

ImgBurn and install
Download Win 7 32 bit recovery console zip
Extract the ISO file from the zip to your desktop
Double click the ISO file and Imgburn will open
Burn this to a CD

Once done put the CD in the sick computer and boot from this


When you reboot you will see this although yours will say windows 7. Click repair my computer
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Select your operating system
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Select Command prompt
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At the command prompt type the following

  • Bootrec.exe /FixMbr
  • Once finished type Exit


Reboot to normal windows and run MBRcheck again please
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