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Windows 7: Always dowloading "Corrupted Files"

02 May 2010   #11

Windows 7

bah. tomorrow ill boot up my old laptop with the cracked screen and plug it into my spair small screen and download it to my school flash drive. i jsut hope its big enough, only 1gb. maybe i will borrow a friends that has a 30gb.

and i understand the need to do it, im jsut to lazy. I've reinstalled windows on old computers all added up at least 5 times in the past 6 years. so pretty much a yearly thing.

the biggest bummer is that this computer is ony 5 months old. so i think first i will order the recover disks from the manufacturer for $20 (dont want to use teh create myself option, my luck some virus would destroy those) and reboot the hard drive, THEN do all of this

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02 May 2010   #12

Windows 7

I just used my reset partition to restore computer to factory defaults, and am now downlaoding all 3 antiviruses you guys suggested before I do ANYTHING else

oh yes, I am also using a limited account with both the limited and admin being password protected
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02 May 2010   #13

Windows 7

Ok, i got CCleaner and superantispyware, but malwarebytes it wont let me download because of an unknown publihser. any ideas?
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