Looks like it worked. I'm going to be off line for a few hours. I wonder if your PC has a reset to factory option. Might be the only thing we can do but you would lose any data so would be wise to back it up while you can.
black screen mouse issue
Posted 13 March 2016 - 01:09 AM
Edited by honnybee, 13 March 2016 - 01:24 AM.
Posted 13 March 2016 - 11:04 AM
Hello Rkinner last night I booted into hiren again ran malwarebytes it found 12 virus most of them labeled effecting the registry, then I ran windows defender offline on another bootable usb and found nothing. I then when into command prompt through recovery options and tried to run sfc scannow, but said a startup repair was in process you have to boot computer and restart did that still same thing popped up. I then ran startup repair it said windows is booting successfully. I then did some research and found some suggestions one being to go into registry editor and see if the values of shell and userinit are correct they weren't so I changed it restarted, but with restart looked at task manager the values went back to what they were. Reading more on zeroaccess it says even if you get rid of it you have to repair the alterations that it made on your computer, somethings its does is putting bogus files in the registry from not booting. I ran another scan of frst for you to look at, at the bottom when listing the registry files Isee explorer.exe, but its on there twice like userinit I don't know if thats is correct and something else I found different is missing the line portion system32, I'm not sure if its suppose to look like that or not. I'm pretty sure the key to solving the issue is fixing the alterations zeroaccess made to my computer, is there a way from frst that it can fix my registry. On another site forum someone suggested using application systemlook.exe to search if its in my computer, I will try that send you the results also I will try another application easyre in hopes it can resolve the issue.
Posted 14 March 2016 - 12:58 AM
Posted 14 March 2016 - 06:24 AM
Let's look at your hard drive to see if it's failing.
I run the free Avast. It's a pretty decent anti-virus if you don't mind the little popups in the corner to get you to upgrade to the pay version. These can be minimized.
Posted 14 March 2016 - 05:44 PM
Heres the speccy textfile, after this should I keep it downloaded to my computer, also whats a good way to be update on how to be protected from the latest big virus program.
Edited by honnybee, 14 March 2016 - 06:07 PM.
Posted 14 March 2016 - 11:02 PM
Two things we learn from Speccy:
Intel Core i3 330M @ 2.13GHz 58 °C
This is a bit hot. Not going to do much more than shorten the life of the PC a bit unless it goes up when the PC is busy doing a scan or watching a video.
You can uninstall Speccy but you should get Speedfan to watch the temps.
0BAttribute name Recalibration RetriesReal value 2,249Current 98Worst 98Threshold 0Raw Value 00000008C9Status Good...BFAttribute name G-sense error rateReal value 65,508Current 94Worst 94Threshold 0Raw Value 000000FFE4...C8Attribute name Write Error Rate / Multi-Zone Error RateReal value 1,191Current 100Worst 100Threshold 0Raw Value 00000004A7Status Good
The G-sense error rate means the notebook has been dropped and hit the ground hard. The Write Error Rate should ideally be 0. Since it knows it made a mistake I assume it tries again until it gets it right so the files aren't being corrupted yet but this has to slow things down.
Speedfan can also monitor your hard drive. Click on the S.M.A.R.T. tab then on the down arrow to the right of the empty box. Select the hard drive (only one on your notebook).
It will show you the same info. If the numbers get worse you can expect the drive to fail. If it were me I would clone the drive now while it still works.
Any 2.5" 320GB or larger SATA II or SATA III drive will work. I personally prefer the Western Digital Black series.
The Black series have a longer warranty and seem to be better quality.
To clone the drive you will need a USB to SATA adapter. http://www.amazon.co...to SATA adapter
Western Digital has drive cloning software on their website.
My previous post should answer your question about how to be protected from the latest big virus program.
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