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Topic # 80113 27-Mar-2011 03:16
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Well here's the story, I downloaded a virus today and it started to delete DLL's, I shut down my computer then rebooted and once it had started up I did a system restore for about 3 hours ago, now all of a sudden my computers fans are blowing like crazy, my CPU fan is at about 3k RPM idle, normally 2kish, and my HDD read/write is always at about 6mbps. So geekforums, wat do?


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  Reply # 452281 27-Mar-2011 09:15
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Virus in BIOS, or BIOS has reset to defaults?




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  Reply # 452291 27-Mar-2011 09:53
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I'll try restoring my BIOS

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 452294 27-Mar-2011 09:56
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Most likely time to reinstall Windows for you...




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  Reply # 452304 27-Mar-2011 10:35
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I can't >.<. I've got over 200gigs of 'stuff' and I don't have anything to back it up on.



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  Reply # 452309 27-Mar-2011 10:40
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Seems to have settled down now, thank you for the help. :)

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  Reply # 452605 27-Mar-2011 23:30
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Get on to setting up a proper backup now then!

WD Elements 2TB external USB drives are ~$150 atm.

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