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Windows 7: Reinstalled windows now getting BSOD

30 Aug 2013   #11
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i ran a scan of the 80 gig harddrive.
Results?

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i followed the directions in order yes.
That means Norton Internet Security is now uninstalled.

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do i check all the boxes in the sp1 download?
Do it. Let us know the results when done. Let us know how the computer is running after doing all those.


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31 Aug 2013   #12
Landon P

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the 80 gig passed the scan. yes norton is uninstalled.all the windows updates are installed. security essentials is installed. malware is installed.did the tdsss killer. ran scans like u said. downloaded sp1 i figured out i only had to check the one box for the download. everything seems to be fine now if i have any more problems ill let you know. ty for the help sir.
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31 Aug 2013   #13
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OK, let us know how it is running after a couple of days.
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