Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
Will not accept windows updates
Restore point problems
Host process for Windows Server error
This smells like Malware/Trojan problems to high heaven. Follow the guide below to make sure that you are not dealing with the nasties that are out there in cyberland.
Go to www.filehippo.com download a program from the center column in the anti-virus section called "MalwareBytes Anti-Malware Tool". Run the installer and allow it to update. Once it dies run the program and perform a quick scan only. Once the scan is complete it will display a button called "Show Results" The program will display all infections it finds. Now click on the "Remove Selected" button and it will delete all infections. Reboot the computer and go to the control panel and turn the system restore and firwall back on if they are still off.
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