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An unauthorized change was made to Windows


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LBear

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I was trying to uninstall Microsoft Office 2010, I ran the Microsoft Fix It program because I was having trouble uninstalling it from the Control Panel, it restarted the computer and when it came back on I got the "An unauthorized change was made to Windows. Windows has discovered a change that will result in limited Windows functionality. Use the link below to find out how to fix Windows" message.

The "Learn more online" option led me to a genuine validation site which was trying to validate for over an hour with no results.
The "Close" option just sends me in a loop back to the "An unauthorized change was made to Windows" message. There is nothing but a black screen behind it.

I now have it in Safe Mode and am backing up everything in case of the worst case scenario. Please help, thank you!
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Ztruker

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Once everything is backed up, do a System Restore to before this happened. That should fix the problem.
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happyrock

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then go here...How to uninstall or remove Microsoft Office 2010 suites...
try Method 2: Uninstall Microsoft Office 2010 suites with Microsoft Fix it
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