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help i cant log on to windows


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njztruplayer

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hi everybody,i recently ran microsoft antispyware on my computer and it came up with some stuff that needed to be quarantined or removed,i really did not look through them coz i thought the software knew what it was doing when i clicked the clean button nothing happened untill my dad logged out of my account so as he could access files in his account.when he clicked on his account name the screen showed loading your settings and then a blue screen came up without any icons or anything then immediatelly logged him out. i have tried everything and i really need your help you can contact me at leedsfyn3st@yahoo.co.uk thanx alot

Edited by njztruplayer, 24 June 2005 - 02:52 PM.

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Howdy and welcome to G2G:

Microsoft AntiSpyware uses a backup folder I do believe.. Have you tried going into that folder and restoring everything??

Have you tried doing a System Restore to a date prior to your using the Microsoft product??

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njztruplayer

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i have used system restore before but the main problem is i cant get to windows or log in even if i use safe mode or administrator account i have tried everything i know but i cant get past the blue screen
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Isn't there a way to do a system restore without being able to go into windows?
I'm pretty sure there is but I can't recall how.
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does the blue screen reveal anything (words) or does it flash to quickly
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it comes by too quickly i dont get to see the icons or the bars am now using someone elses computer
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