I tried to uninstall Eset via Ccleaner. I got some errors saying something about not having access to a key or something. I clicked ignore and it seemed like the eset got uninstalled. The entry isn't in ccleaner anymore, the eset folder has gone from the ProgramFiles folder and it doesn't run on start up anymore.
The fact is that when I try to reinstall eset, it says that I already have the latest version installed. The most frightening thing is that after "unistall", when I restarted my PC, it stuck on an autorepair loop. I solved this by disabling early launch anti-malware protection from startup settings and by turning off the auto repair.
The problem is that when I try to enter safe mode I get an error that says something like this: "Your computer/device needs repair. Operating System couldn't load, because a critical system file is missing or is corrupted. File: \Windows\system32\DRIVERS\eelam.sys. Error code: 0x000000f."
Please mind that it doesn't mension any drive letter and in my C: drive in its system32 folder there isn't and "DRIVERS" folder, there is only a "drivers" folder with no such file as eelam.sys
Excuse my English. Thank you in advance.
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