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Windows 10 failed to start spyhunter problem, looping

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Welcome everyone. I have a computer running windows 10. Some time ago i was deleteing some hidden files from /Windows folder on C disc(to save space). Yetserday i was having problems with uninstalling some programs. Then i used spyhunter 4 it looked good till i didnt restart my pc. Endless loop started (theres a way to go to windows but randomly its using SpyHunter) Im pretty sure that some of you will know what to do. I can give more details but i need to make an affort to get into windows :/. I saw that not much people have this problem and i hope that ill find someone that will be able to help me. And yes of course i uninstalled spyhunter but not in a normal way.. i needed to downloand win program to help with this. 


I believe that global moderator : JSntgRvr will be able to help me. He has similiar case in 2013. 

Thank you for help guys. 

Edited by tentutego, 31 August 2015 - 09:10 AM.

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Some time ago i was deleteing some hidden files from /Windows folder on C disc


Deleting hidden system files is not the way to ensure that your OS works flawlessly


I would recommend that you re-install windows 10 and start again

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