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Old 08-07-2007
Jonathan
 

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Windows Vista
I've recently downloaded a program that contained some B.S. antivirus
software ( i already run AvG) and have since uninstalled it, but the problem
is that my windows keeps on restarting, but not entirely.

The desktop reloads itself and only allows my AVG program to stay open. I
get a dialog box that says my Windows Explorer cannot operate and the cycle
repeats. I scanned my PC for viruses and got nothing, but am wondering if
there is a good way to revamp my machine without loosing all of my data?
If not, then what is the best way to restart Vista without being too
vulnerable to viruses?
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Old 08-07-2007
Cal Bear '66
 

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Re: Windows Vista
Do a System Restore to a point just before you installed the "B.S." program if
possible.

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"Jonathan" <Jonathan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> I've recently downloaded a program that contained some B.S. antivirus
> software ( i already run AvG) and have since uninstalled it, but the problem
> is that my windows keeps on restarting, but not entirely.
>
> The desktop reloads itself and only allows my AVG program to stay open. I
> get a dialog box that says my Windows Explorer cannot operate and the cycle
> repeats. I scanned my PC for viruses and got nothing, but am wondering if
> there is a good way to revamp my machine without loosing all of my data?
> If not, then what is the best way to restart Vista without being too
> vulnerable to viruses?



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