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04 Mar 2012  
TheWoahest

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 
BSOD error 0x000000F4, when starting up windows 7.

My friend has a virus on his laptop, which deleted his winnet.dll files. After trying everything he could he decided to do a restore. When he tried to restore he said it was taking way to long and decided to just to turn off the laptop. Leading to more problems, now every time he tries to boot the laptop it shows the loading files followed by the Windows loading screen. After that it shows a blank screen with the mouse. Anyway to fix this.I tried booting from safe mode but that didn't work, it would just crash with a BSOD (http://i.imgur.com/LZ784.jpg).

His laptop is a Toshiba I3 core processor Windows 7 Home Premium.
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