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WINDOWS BUG

Hi I have Dell Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit

Hes Infected Many Virus

When I start Windows Just after logo

BLACK SCREEN + MOUSE Thats it !

I cant start Task-manager doesnt work

I Tryed Repair with System Recovery using USB
No error found

System Restore doesnt work ( Missing File unidrv.dll )
CHKDSK /f /R Didnt help either
Sfc /scannow Doesnt even start

AND I CANT FORMAT PLEASE HELP

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Safe Mode

In reply to: WINDOWS BUG

SAFE MODE :
Same thing Black screen + Mouse

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Re: Windows 7 problems

In reply to: WINDOWS BUG

Go back to factory conditions from your recovery disks or recovery partition. That should solve all and should work.
Formatting the system disk isn't necessary, so it's not important that you can't.

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cant

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Hi, Thank you for your time
Sadly it doesnt work either
C:\Windows\System32\spool\drivers\x64\3\unidrv.dll
I have this missing file
Windows is corrupt
And i cant go back

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Re: corrupt Windows

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If Windows is corrupt, and you can't reinstall it in any way (you didn't yet tell why) your choices are:
1. Install Linux (although I've never seen a situation where you can install Linux and not install Windows, so that's doubtful).
2. Buy another PC

What happens if you copy that unidrv.dll from some other Windows PC? Then it's no longer missing. You might need to register it after copying.

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Details

In reply to: Re: corrupt Windows

I try be more specific my Computer was already Infected And since I could Not Install Anti Virus
I Installed many software instead, like
Tuneup Iobit Adwcleaner... and I used most of them
After That I use Some Windows Update
Next thing I Know
Got Black Screen + Mouse
That it

What I can Say Restore Windows Earlier date Doesnt work because of some missing File ( unidrv.dll ) Wich I have, but I dont know how to copy it

Last ressort I want to backup my data before Formatt

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Re: details

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Copying a file is a rather basic thing to do using Windows Explorer. Use a USB-stick to copy it from another PC.
Backup can very well be dine is just copying the files to an external hard diskor USV stick. And, since external hard disks are rather unreliable, from there to another PC. Or to two externals.

Boot from Linux disk (easy to download and burn on another PC) to do that copy.
Or install Windows on a new empty hard disk, and afterwards copy your files from this one.

PS. It's a good practise to backup your data before something fatal happens. Didn't you do that?

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