Torrent users continue to get the best and newest issues. But here why not slip in another drive, quick install 10 and see what happens. That will be a clean thing without torrent and possible OS damage or infection.
What is this about 50 bucks for the install disc? Almost all the Windows are up for download. You just need a valid license and after you upgrade to 10, the new system means no more keys.
Ok, you guys remember this thread?
I said I fixed the problem. Well, I did ... for a little while.
Then, at around 4:00AM last night, Microsoft decide to release a Windows update, and it automatically rebooted itself.
Now, the problem is back.
I've ran Malwarebytes. I've uninstalled Bittorrent. I've uninstalled the drivers. Nothing works. Even the tactic that worked before doesn't work now.
I'm about ready to do a clean install. If that doesn't fix the problem, nothing will. But, before I drop fifty bucks on an install disc, does anybody have any last-minute suggestions that might can fix the problem ... and allow it to STAY fixed even if I reboot?