There was virus in my computer to fix that my friend have uninstall everything then restore again but none of my drive is working. this fix ya side has given me solution earlier but that does not work for me. i have found accer folderwith epower technology and erecovery in my c drive but its coming up with question mark. ???
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Go back further in your system restore to an earlier date until normal operation is restored. If this still doesn't work, buy yourself a new hard drive. Put your operating system and programs you use on the new drive and copy file from your old drive mounted in the slave position to copy file from your old drive. Once you have done this, format your old drive and keep it for a spare. Your new drive will have none of the old problems any more. Be careful about the WEB sites you go to and use a quality anti-virus program to screen future problems.
You may have a virus, a bad device driver, or windows files are corrupted, and possible hard drive issues. Run full virus scan of your system, uninstall last program when problem appeared, or do a system restore reverting computer back to a earlier time, if none of these work backup files and do a complete re-installation of windows, and finally have the hard drive checked if things are no better.
Registry edits not usually a good idea. System restore is your friend. Some DVD burning apps will change your registry and cause the CD/DVD to disappear. Uninstall the new burning app, or system restore to a time you know it was working.
First go into the BIOS when you first turn onto your computer. See if its located in there, if it is then that means you might have a virus on your computer and you'll have to run a scan.
If you don't see the cd/dvd drive in the BIOS then turn off the laptop.
Take out the drive and then reseat it back into its slot. After this turn on the laptop and go into the BIOS, if its in there then you know its being recognzied. Then let it boot back into windows and if its in there then its fixed, if its still not fixed then run a virus scan and see if it finds any viruses.
If you go into the BIOS and you still don't see the drive then that means the drive is bad and you'll have to replace it.
If you still see the drive in the BIOS and not in windows and a virus program doesn't help the problem. Then at this point save everything that you need onto a flash drive and restore your computer back to factory defaults cause that means you have corrupt system files in the operating system.
You computer problem is due to malware. to fix the problem temporarily. Right click on my computer then click on manage. choose Disk Management, on the bottom, you will see removable devices that doesnt have a drive letter. Right click its name then pick "Change Drive Letters and Paths". Change it back to the letter it was before this happen.
Check for malware, adware with spybot search and destroy and virus with your antivvirus afterward to make sure this doesn't happen again
I have had this problem before with the exact same model.. I had been on the phone with technicians and they guided me through a series of troubleshooters with which none of them worked.. Unfortunatly the only way I managed to get it running again was to restore my laptop to factory
Well first things first, knock your bro upside the head for doing it in the first place. If your virus software is slowing your system down them you change virus programs, add ram or get another hard drive. YOU DON'T COMPRESS YOUR HARD DRIVE. Compression has its place like for folders or files but not complete drives.
First thing you need to do is backup your SystemState, docs, favorites and emails using the backup tool in accessories>system tools>backup
Once that is done then you have some room to breathe and you can try different things.
What happened is your probably compressed your Master Boot Record that is why it is not booting properly.
Try these things in order:
1)since you already tried system restore point then
1) Boot into safe mode (F8) and try Last Know Configuration if doesn't work then
2)Put your Windows CD in and change the BIOS to boot from the CD. Let the CD run a few minutes until it ask to setup or Repair, choose R
This will put you in Recovery Console at the DOS prompt. Type fixmbr if not working try again and type fixboot. That is suppose to fix your master boot record.
3) Unfortunately if none of the above work then its time to re-install your operating system. Since you backed everything up, see above, then it should not be no big deal to re-install Windows.
Good luck, if you have any questions let me know..pls rate this solution
If your computer is an HP there is an option at the startup to do a system restore. Press one of the function keys, to get to it. Next select "Destructive Recovery" this will reset the entire computer back to when it came to you straight from the factory. If you do not have that option, try using the system restore by going START, PROGRAMS. ACCESSORIES, SYSTEM TOOLS, and select system restore. 9 out of 10 times this will cause the virus to roll back on its self, hence destroying any trace of it. Best Regards COMPUTA FIXA