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You probably have a virus/trojan/malware infection. Get a good scanner from www.malwarebytes.org and www.superantispyware.com. Between those two malware scanners you will have a decent chance of getting control of your system back in your hands. Add a good FREE antivirus program like Avast Home Free at www.avast.com. Remember running two antivirus programs at the same time can cause slowdowns and conflicts on a system.
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Switch ON the PC, boot the PC
in 'Safe Mode' by continuously tapping F8 button after you switch On until you
get the Safe Mode Option.
Let windows boot in Safe Mode and log in to windows.
Go to 'Start'--->Programs--->Accessories--->System Tools--->Click 'System Restore'
A 'System Restore' window will appear.
Here you will have to check "Restore computer to an earlier time' and click Next
Now you will find one Month Calendar window with Dates below, go to the previous month by clicking the '<' sign in the upper left hand corner of the Month Calendar and select any date that you see in Bold.
Note: It is better if you could remember from which date you are
facing the issue, try to select a date prior to that date.
The detail of that particular date should show "System
Checkpoint" and time on the right hand side box. Select that date.
Now, Click on Next and System Restore will start and windows will take a reboot.
After reboot your problem should be resolved.
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Restart or press on power button of the computer and keep pressing F8 until the "Advance Boot Options" menu comes up.
Use up and down arrow buttons to navigate the menu, select "Safe Mode" and hit Enter.
This time you won't see the computer blue screen error.
When the welcome screen comes up select Administrator and enter administrator's password(if you have one).
Click on the START button and navigate to the Accessories folder. There you will see a folder entitled "System Tools," navigate to that folder and click on System Restore.
In the System Restore program, make sure "Restore my computer to an earlier time" is selected and click NEXT.
Choose a date on the calendar that you want to restore your computer and click NEXT.
The last page of the System Restore will pop up with your date that you have chosen and click NEXT. The system will reboot and the computer blue screen will be gone.
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