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WIN 7 Ult. error,malware issue now my windows is not genuine

Unread postby alwysbtchn » March 25th, 2011, 5:03 pm

I started about a month and a half ago getting blue screens randomly when I would play a demanding game , MMORPG, then I could not get into my device manager I had been blocked out by group policy. SO then I ran my tune up utilities and it said there was one error it could not fix, several times, i ignored it, until yesterday and the file said it was a driver I had never seen before, but the issues regarding it were very similiar, so I looked it up online saw it could be malware, so i downloaded malwarebytes and rain in safe mode, it found alas 21 viruses, i i then ran cccleaner to clean up registry files, it seemed to work better, until the next day. Also for 2 weeks now I have had a Microsoft not genuine issue, i am the only one who uses this key unless it has been hijacked, i tried to use my upgrade win 7 i had purchased as a student but it would not let me due to it being an upgrade, and my other disk is OEM clean install. I realize now I have issues, thanks for your time.
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Re: WIN 7 Ult. error,malware issue now my windows is not gen

Unread postby NonSuch » March 25th, 2011, 11:03 pm

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