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Avast Detected MBR:Whistler [Rtk] [Solved]


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I tried running the command in command prompt as an administrator and I got this error. I tried to multiple times and got the same error.

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Could you run this command in the elevated command prompt and let me know the output please

winmgmt /verifyrepository
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It says that the WMI repository is consistent.
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OK from the same elevated command prompt type

sfc /scannow

Let me know if that reports any errors
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This is the error I received.

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Could you now reboot and try again and let me know if it is the same error
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I ran the command again and I got the message that said "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations." I tried starting the Windows Defender service and I got the same error.
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Lets reset the parameters

First create a restore point

Then download the attached zip file and extract Win def.reg

Right click the reg file and select merge
Reboot and try again
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Thank you. It works now. I guess my registry must have gotten messed up.
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Looks like it .. Any further problems ?
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I have not found any more issues. Thank you again
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Glad to hear that .. Just delete Farbar and the reg fix from the desktop

Keep safe now :wave:
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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