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Cannot open windows corrupt file. Cannot even

Cannot open windows corrupt file. Cannot even open safe mode etc. I do not have a disc, old laptop.

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Try a repair in the install disc..(or format pc) using a formatting diskette. preferable

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Your problem has likely only 3 sources.

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PLease boot into Safe Mode, download Malwarebytes Free Edition malware remover, stay in Safe Mode and run it there.

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If no luck there, return to Safe Mode and use Sytem Restoego back to the earielst point in time in the past when you remember you puter running correctly.

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