On Tuesday, last week my computer with Win XP was working fine. The
next day, Trend Micro picked a virus. The Outlook looked bleached
except for horizontal lines. All services were disabled. I changed the
services to automatic and started the above. Yesterday the Outlook
looks blanched yet operable. Today, I ran TrendMicro, AVG free
anti-virus, Malwarebytes and Windows program to detect malware. The
above scans did not come up with anything. I tried to repair the OS
using Win CD. The admin passord is requested. The local, domain admin
passwords is not accepted, the user nor blank password worked. Any
suggestions on how to repair the OS? I could not get repair to work
today either-admin password was not accepted.
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Re: Win XP CD repair wont accept admin passwd.
Saidfrh1, you closed the prior thread too soon.
Okay, so no System Restore option.
First you can check the Admin password by trying to go into Safe Mode. Immediately after the splash screen, press F8 until the Startup option menu displays. Select the first option (Safe Mode) and then the Administrator account. Type in the password you think it is, and double check your Caps-Lock key first. I do not think it advisable to post the diections on how to remove such a password on this site.
But even verifying the admin password will NOT help you get this machine restarted and running correctly because there is nothing in the Repair Console to remedy the System Recovery option being turned off. There is nothing to go back to.
Since you obviously do have an installation disc, hopefully one that matches you OS (XP Home for Home or XP Pro for Pro), you have two more options.
First is run a System File Check, which is Window's way of fixing some damage to itself. It is not infallible, but it may restore enough missing files to get you running smoothly again. Go to the Start Button->All Programs->Accessories->Command Prompt. This will open a DOS box where you can type in the following command:
and press Enter. The routine will start, and it will take a while to complete. Hopefully it will prompt you to insert the installation disc so it can read and transfer the missing files to the hard drive. If the Windows XP Installer pops up from autorun just click cancel. Let this routine run all the way through, then reboot.
I have also had some success by reinstalling the latest Service Pack (currently SP3) to replace files the installer finds missing.
If that doesn't work, then you can do a Repair Installation. I'll wait to hear your results with the System File Check first as a repair install can be tricky (drivers, COA, etc.).
Oh, and I have no idea what ragmani69 is trying to suggest. It definitely would not work for your problem.
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Follow the given instructions to reinstall Trend Micro antivirus on your PC. Navigate to the 'Trend Micro website' and download the desired edition of Trend Micro AntiVirus. Save the downloaded 'Trend Micro .exe file' on your desktop. Enter the Product activation key, which you have received with 'Order Confirmation 'e-mail. Double- click 'Trend Micro .exe' file available on your desktop. The Trend Micro installation window will appear. Click 'I accept the terms of agreement'. Click 'Next' and go ahead with the installation process. Choose 'Regular Installation'. Follow on-screen prompts and complete the installation procedure. When the process is finished click 'Activate Now' and get your antivirus program activated.
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- Click Save
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- Click Save
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- The Trend Micro AntiVirus plus AntiSpyware 2009 installation window will appear. Wait as the following is checked:
b. Minimum system requirements
c. Other anti-virus program installed in your computer
d. Older version of Trend Micro installed in your computer
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I just finished with Trend Micro help support and they solved this problem for me. Open the main console for Trend Micro. Click on Viruses & Spyware Controls. Click on the "settings" for Protection Against Viruses & Spyware. Click on Advanced Settings. Under the section for "What Should TMIS Check for Threats" click on the circle for "Specify Targets that you choose". Click on "Select" next to "Ignore Specific Files & Folders". Then Add and folders of files that you do not want Trend Micro to check and make backups for. That solved my issue...hope it helps you too.
1. make sure that the previous installation is inactive 2. since this is a new computer, upgrade to the Trend Micro Internet Security 2009 version. use the same serial number and remember to create a NEW account when prompted.
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