|05 Oct 2011||#1|
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Cannot boot into Windows 7
My Toshiba Satellite Laptop refuses to boot into windows and I don't want to reinstall windows again (something similar to this happened before). I have windows 7 Home and Ubuntu to installed. I have tried a system restored but they all tell me that they failed when it came to restoring the registry, the auto fix option, but everything is fine except for DSFOleaut32.sys. When try to boot a different way it tells me to reinstall or replace DSFOleaut32.sys I have looked into my HDD and can't find this file and on the Internet but I can't find anything to replace it. My guess is that a virus has deleted it and messed with the registry. Can anyone help me fix this WITHOUT reinstalling windows?
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