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Temp files in bin. Do they affect windows recovery disk
if all temp files are in the recycle bin, could this effect windows recovery from detecting what’s missing?
I can only operate the laptop through command prompts. I can empty the recycle bin but don’t wont to completely lose the temp files if they're what i need to fix it.
I’ve looked at restoring the file in the bin but there is too many to place. I can restore them out the bin using command prompt but not to their original places and there is about 1000 to name and then place so don’t really want to be doing that.
My other issues are
Safe mode doesn’t run
a recovery disk doesn’t detect any problems and says it been successful but then fails to launch windows.
Before the temp files were deleted by my dopey friend we found the win32.agent Trojan.
Can anybody recommend anything to try next? We can’t afford to loss any of the files and photos on the laptop so no formatting.
Any help would be gratefully appreciated.
Much love Simon.
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