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I install fix-it utilities on my windows 7 desktop now i have a black screen i can't see all the words except"to restart"cant get pass the black screen to install it

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You must uninstall the utilities on your W. 7 sometimes this program are NOT compatibles, and Install Cookies dangerous, Virus, malware tracking the computer. Go to control panel see add/remove and proceed.
After that go again to control panel, use the utility coming with your computer "System restore" and use the last date that you know was working Good , and fix it.
However you must RUN THE ANTIVIRUS+ANTIMALWARE VERY IMPORTANT+RUN the utilityes disk fix it with your comuter go to my computer hit the local disk c or d: click the properties go to tab tools and ready.
God bless you

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andrew it can be a microsoft update.which was pulled back some days
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Click the Start button. Right-click "Computer", and then left-click "Properties" from the resulting pop-up menu. This will bring up a new window showing what version of Windows 7 you have, what type of CPU, how much system RAM, and most importantly if it is 32 or 64-bit.

(For this solution, I'm assuming that one has the 64 bit version of Windows 7. If you have 32 bit, then at any time during this process you see a different choice to download the 32 bit version of an update, please do so. Also, you MUST have Service Pack 1 installed on Windows 7 for this guide to be successful. If you don't have it installed yet, please download the full installer and run it before continuing: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5842

Make SURE you restart once SP1 has finished installing!)

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First, click the "start button" (Lower-left corner of your screen.. looks like the windows logo in a "bubble"). In the search blank at the bottom of the "start menu", type in "cmd". When it shows the result, right-click it, and then left-click "Run as Administrator". Keep this window open, but shrunk-down and off to the side a bit, as you'll need to run a command a couple times during this process.

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3.) Once your PC has fully restarted and you're back at your desktop screen, (you can see your wallpaper and all your "usual" desktop icons), REPEAT STEP 1... Then go back onto the web. Download and run:

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