|19 Oct 2010||#1|
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Win7 x64 hangs@ CLASSPNP.SYS after run Kaspersky Virus removal tool
Okay, so this afternoon in school, I was trying to remove a stupid "search.fast-find.net" virus that I contracted some how. I am a techy so I am not stupid about sites I go to either.
Anyways, while trying to remove it, I used Kaspersky's free virus removal tool. Once it scanned it said I needed to restart to remove the infection (it did find the virus).
So I restarted. Once I did, windows kept on hanging up at the boot screen where the little dots grow & swirl.
I have tried system restore, safe mode, start-up repair, and nothing. I am not able to get past that boot screen on safe mode either.
When I use safe mode to see where it hangs, it is at:
SO, I tried going into recovery mode and using the command prompt to rename it:
But the result I get it "The system cannot find the path specified".
Is there anyway to restore just that file.
***I HAVE ABOUT 1000 PHOTOS ON THERE THAT I NEED FOR MY PORTFOLIO FOR COLLEGE NEXT YEAR SO I NEED THESE FILES BACK!!!!!***
PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!
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|20 Oct 2010||#4|
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Ok, now I do not need a disc to start-up.
In order to get it running I have to press F10 at the boot, which brings me to a screen that says:
EDIT BOOT OPTIONS
edit windows boot options for: windows 7
hard disk: 350f350f
[ /NOEXECUTE=OPTION /MININT
In order to boot, I have to erase the text:
After that I can boot.
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