06-20-2009 04:35 AM
The game save files are still there But I have found that some programs do loose their .exe's so you will have to reinstall the game(s) to get the games running properly again.
Sorry about that.
06-20-2009 02:59 PM
Hi! I understand your frustration in this situation; you want a click this, delete that and reboot and it will all be as it was. Please, follow delphinium's and Quad's directions on this matter and do each step only and nothing else. They have helped many here but you have to go threw this in order carefully or you will have such a state on your system that you will have to replace your hard drive. Please be patient and they will work through the malware removal with you. After everything is clean and running, I or others can help you recovery your operating system stability.
06-20-2009 03:17 PM - edited 06-20-2009 03:18 PM
Fixed those entries, how do I get to NIS2009 history?
And by reboot, I ment cleaning up the whole hard drive and reinstalling windows, what some people do so the computer will run smother, not sure how it is called.
Thanks for the help.
06-20-2009 04:59 PM
That is "Reformat" clearing off your hard drive and starting over. Unfortunately that involves saving files, which also involves saving malware which is hidden in those files. Another poster has reformatted three times so far to no avail.
When Quads' instructions are followed usually no damage occurs, although it can happen. When a user does other things, on his or her own, instead of following instructions, sometimes it works, and sometimes it causes damage.
If you are now certain that your system is free of malware, you could safely reformat.
Reboot is a turn off, turn on, not the same thing.