Quote: Originally Posted by darkhorse
The system suggested that itself, but couldn't do anything.
At the present, I'm running the Seatool as it's a Seagate HDD
What has indicated it might be a HD problem requiring the HD maker's diagnostics? No prob running them but they don't seem indicated yet by what you've reported.
What you need first is to disinfect, from Safe Mode
if necessary. Run Malwarebytes after updating it, then your AV full scan. Use a free lightweight AV like Microsoft Security Essentials
or Avast for best performance in Windows 7.
If Windows 7 still won't function correctly then you need to repair System files using SFC. Again, if it won't run as Admin from Windows 7, then boot into Recovery Options to run it from Command Line as given above.
If these fail you'll need to run a Repair Install
. Do you have the latest SP1 installer? Where did you get Windows 7? How is it activated?