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  1. Hey, I am new to this forum and like to stick around to learn more about various aspect in technology. However my first question and not the last one is my curiosity on restore softwares like Deep Freeze or Drive Vaccine. My question lies whether when a restore takes place does it remove the Virus or Malware from the system. Keep in mind, the restore point is in the same system as of the restore software. Any information will be great. Cheers
  2. Good day, recently I have started to get Bad Image errors when opening certain programs like iTunes. I have tried everything from a chkdsk to an sfc /scannow. Neither of those worked. I have done a full system scan with bitdefender, spybot search and destroy along with malware bytes. The only thing I have not tried yet is a system restore and that is because it does not work. When I restore to a point it comes up with an error that states that system restore did not complete successfully windows 7 failed to extract a file. Now the only restore points available are not far enough back, it
  3. In a situation that you tried to restore your system, but it won't launch System Restore (viruses can corrupt it) and tried booting in Safe mode to try System Restore, but still won't launch there is an easy solution, First create a system repair disc by selecting Start, type system restore disc and press Enter and follow the prompts. Only one CD-R will be needed and an optical drive is required. Then boot from the CD (press key when "press any key" shows up), then follow the prompts until you get "Choose a recovery tool" page, then select system restore. Tha
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