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Windows 7: Windows 7 won't boot after removal of Alureon

06 Jun 2013   #11
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Since the following steps involve editing the Registry, please create new restore point before proceeding:
System Restore Point - Create
Select: Option Two


Next, download the following file to the Desktop, right-click on the file, and select: Merge
Allow the Registry merge.

WinDefend:
http://download.bleepingcomputer.com.../WinDefend.reg


Next, press the Windows key and the R key to open the Run prompt.
In the Run box, type: notepad
Press: OK

Highlight the entire contents inside the following quote box, and copy/paste the text to Notepad.

Quote:
@Echo off
sc config windefend start= manual
shutdown -r -t 1
del %0
In Notepad, select File > Save As...
Press the Desktop entry on the left side.
In the File name box, type in: fixsvc.bat
Press: Save
Close: Notepad

Right-click fixsvc.bat on the Desktop, and select: Run As Administrator
Press Yes if prompted by the User Account Control.

When the batch commands are applied, Windows should restart. If not, please do so manually.


Last, run Farbar Service Scanner once again.
Select all the options.
Press: Scan
Please provide the new FSS.txt in your reply.


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