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Windows 7: BDOD Error c0000135, after Avira Free Antivirus quarantined a .DLL fil

02 Sep 2016   #1
derpRd

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
BDOD Error c0000135, after Avira Free Antivirus quarantined a .DLL fil

I was watching some movie on VLC, and in background I had ran Avira scan for Windows installed drive, ie in my case C drive.
After a prompt for a Potentially unwanted program msg, it says have to quarantine this .DLL file, so I did without almost reading it's name
I know....it's my bad but I know the laptop do not have any virus in it (in my opinion.)

Now I can't boot into Windows, although I have dual boot system so Ubuntu boots just fine.

Error I get, is c0000135 the program won't start because %h is missing from your computer, please install the program to fix the problem.

My Spec are:
Laptop Mfg Dell Inspiron 3543
i5 5200u processor
4gb Ram,
1Tb HDD
Intel HD 5500 graphics


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03 Sep 2016   #2
BorisTheAnimal

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Hello derpRd and welcome to 7forums!

Try booting into System Recovery Options on the F8 Advanced Boot Tools menu, Win7 installation Media or System Repair CD to run Startup Repair.

If it doesn't succeed or offer to System Restore for you, from the Recovery Tools list provided run System Restore to before the problem happened - working backward if necessary to a good configuration.

Cheers, Boris
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03 Sep 2016   #3
derpRd

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Thanks a million Sir,

I ran the system repair disc, although it took 3 repeated attempts to go through the process, but indeed it resolved my problem, again thanks!!
The key is you have be patient and persistent in approaching these recovery procedure, and also remember not to corrupt you HDD in process
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