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Old 09-29-2010, 06:14 PM   #1
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Default W7 microsoft security essentials Unknown win32/trojan

I have done some researching, but nothing really solid that i found. my screen is totally black, no matter what i boot it in. safe mode, cmd mode, normal. cant access anything, not system restore, no cmd, nothing. it wants me to run a scan off the online, then gives me choices that arent legit obviously.

i have an oem version of w7 that i got from school. i need to reformat, but do i need the code? also i installed it from an iso file on a cd, that will work again right? or is there another way to do it...

if you have any info on it, or know a solution let me know!!!!!! also if you need more info.


this is what happened pretty much. but i cant get to anything. everything i try and open just goes into that and says it was a detected item. no internet, no cmd.


ideas anyone?

what a dumb automerge feature...

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Old 10-03-2010, 06:54 PM   #2
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Default Re: W7 microsoft security essentials Unknown win32/trojan

I might have a solution but iduno if it works anymore :/ So I can't guarentee anything. Keeping it on the DL
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