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Completed.

 

Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations.

 

Edge was working fine till about January 20th. 

 

I finally got a hold of my nephew, he was using the computer right before this started.

 

He said he removed the following from the computer

 

AnonymizerLauncher.exe
acord\assembled.exe
HKLM\Software\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\\flatbedforetelling
Palanquin
integrationist
Spectrum.exe
sadisticsadistic
Prosthesis\lustig.exe

 

Don't know what all those are.

 

Hope this helps.


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Hi ThisTime
 

AnonymizerLauncher.exe
acord\assembled.exe
HKLM\Software\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\\flatbedforetelling
Palanquin
integrationist
Spectrum.exe
sadisticsadistic
Prosthesis\lustig.exe


Was a tool run to remove these? If so, can you give details.

Also try repairing or resetting Edge

Right click the start key and click on Settings.
Click-on Apps.
Click-on Microsoft Edge under Apps & features.
Click-on Advanced Options.
Then click-on Repair.

If Edge still does not work try the same steps and select Reset.

Does Edge work after trying these?
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tried repairing Edge still same problem.

 

Nephew said he just used add or remove Programs.


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Hi ThisTime

Ok. Please run the following Powershell command.


Right Click on the Start button.
Click on Windows Powershell (Admin)
At the command prompt copy and paste the following command

Get-Acl HKLM:\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters | Format-List |Out-File C:\list.txt

Press enter.

This will create a text file called list.txt on your C drive. Please attach this file to your next post.
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List.txt attached

Attached Files


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Hi ThisTime

Please do the following.


1. Download the file called regfix.zip from here. It will likely go to your downloads folder by default.
2. Browse to this location. Right click on the zip file and select Extract All. Save the folder to the default location e.g. C:\Users\name\Downloads\regfix. (keep a note of this location). Select Extract.
3. Right click on the start button and select Windows Powershell (Admin)
4. Type in the following command to navigate to the folder with the extracted files.

cd C:\Users\name\Downloads\regfix and press enter. (change name to the username where the files are stored under)

5. type in the command set-executionpolicy unrestricted . Press enter.
6. Type in A and press enter.
7. Type in .\FixTcpipACL.ps1 and press enter.

Once the script has completed Restart your computer.

Does Edge work now?
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