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Blue Screen Blues and Data Loss [Closed]


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LexG213

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Hey guys,

So for the last few days I've been investigating a blue screen problem with no luck. The computer boots fine and runs for fine for a minute or two before blue screening. I ran memory and HD tests in the BIOS that were normal. It runs fine in safe mode which was making me think there's something malicious hiding somewhere. Also my computer suddenly freaked out today and now all of my files and icons have disappeared. I've found that the icons were just hidden, but it still appears that my HD is about half as full as it should be. I've run OTL in safe mode. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!

-Alex

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Hi,

what makes you think this is due to malware?
reagrds myrti
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I think I got it figured out for the most part by surfing other threads. She's running great now. Thanks for the reply though!
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Ok :)

Unless you have some other questions, I'll go ahead and close the thread then.

regards myrti
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Due to lack of feedback, this topic has been closed.

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