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Ctrl + F11. But you must make yourself a backup of everything you want to keep before that, the factory restore wipes it all - just copy the files to an external hdd. No, that program is a virus that has infected all and it's too late for anything else. If you need to recover the files and you can't start Windows properly just use a Linux Live-CD like
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This is normal. As I said, System Restore does not restore your personal files. So, as you said, you unzipped those files to your desktop. That means the 50 files are your personal files. System Restore typically never touches your personal files, so restoring to the previous day would not have removed the 50 files.

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You may try to recover the files using the link below.

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You should know the missing file so that it would be easier for your to look it up..

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if you plan to restore computer back to original state. you should back up first the important files(personal files any files that is important to you.)

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