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I think we have made a good effort to fix your problems and I have now run out of ideas. Given your reply above and "since its not fixed really and doubt it will be (since this is the 2nd go at the same problem or compounding problem)" I doubt that I can be of further assistance and you should consider, if you think it worth the cost, to get it fixed at a computer repair shop.

All the best.

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Just to add... if my memory serves me correctly you carried out a format during the process so this won't be a malware related problem.

I believe the repair shop suggestion is a good one in the circumstances.
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Yeah I've been looking on the side to replace my current computer and put nothing in the new one from old one except keyboard mouse and monitor. I will attempt to transfer stuff off my spare drive that didn't have OS on it to the new computer. I do thank all the techs for there time and help.
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