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windows 7 64bit no security feeling exposed [Closed]


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OK when you have done that we will run a few tests to see what we can find
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No luck the second attempt to run rogue killer. Non of the files that you mentioned are on the desk top. There is a folder now that is called Rk_Quarantine it has the EULA.txt file and a debug.log nothing that you had previously mentioned. Do you have any ideas as to what I should do or try next? Thanks again.
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OK lets run some tests .. The windows all in one tool may take up to 30 minutes to run as it will be doing a lot of repairing

First :

Open and elevated command prompt :

Go Start > All Programs > Accessories
Right click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator
Type in the following command and press enter :

sfc /scannow

Once it has completed reboot

Second :

Download Windows Repair (all in one) from this site

Install the programme then run

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Go to step 3 and allow it to run SFC
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On the start repairs tab click start
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Select the following items and tick restart system when finished
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Arrrrrrgh! Tried to run the sfc /scannow and get message "windows resource protection could not start the repair service". Patiently pulling the remainder of my hair out.
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OK go direct to windows repair, that will reset and repair some services
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Please dont close this post I have run into some issues getting the computer to boot since running the repair program and work has kept me from addressing them. I will be posting soon. thank you
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What issues were those ?
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