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pretty much deleted everything on my computer help

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i searched in other forums but they're no help! and every case is different so i had to make an account and yeah no, and download other programs that needed to be done by experts and yeah no.

 

in the morning i used my computer, facebook didnt work and it showed me that i had some error of https and it wasnt verified or w/e so i checked online about it and some people said it may be a bug in google chrome

i uninstalled google chrome and it didnt work, and now whenever i try to sign in other websites (tumblr, hotmail) it would redirect me to the log in page and my passwords are correct

 

so i did the stupidest thing, i thought it was all a virus because i downloaded some albums last night and some had errors

i downloaded malwarebytes, and deleted 16 files of malware that for some reason later showed as 64? and then it told me to restart

 

everything seemed o.k but skype and my wireless connection arent connecting

so now i dont have any internet at all!

 

i connected my ipod as a usb to save some files in case my computer decided to crash and it said that i didnt have bonjour (something for itunes), a last.fm extension and other needed programs

 

so i imagine that i deleted several importants things as i removed the "malware" probably didnt have anything to begin with

 

i usually can solve problems but this time i have no idea what to do

 

HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Didn't you make a backup on your PC for cases like these? :wtf:

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Can you check the recycle bin?

Maybe you can undo some actions - I can use recovery-points to get back to former settings.

 

And I always trust my (Kapersky) antiviral (etc.) software!!! If he says it is ok, then it IS ok. I am never running other malware-detectors etc. But you probably know that by now.

I wish you luck and I hope you can manage the problem!

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I'm not familiar with Malwarebytes but it appears to have a Quarantine where it stores deleted files in an encrypted form. Have you tried running the program again and restoring the files from it's backup?

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Didn't you make a backup on your PC for cases like these? :wtf:

 

no, but the good thing is that i checked my computer again and the things i lost can be reinstalled online, except for whatever is blocking my internet access

 

Can you check the recycle bin?

Maybe you can undo some actions - I can use recovery-points to get back to former settings.

 

And I always trust my (Kapersky) antiviral (etc.) software!!! If he says it is ok, then it IS ok. I am never running other malware-detectors etc. But you probably know that by now.

I wish you luck and I hope you can manage the problem!

 

the recycle bin is empty, im trying to figure out ways to undo it but possibly keep away whatever was fucking up my browser? i'm not sure what is recovery-points maybe that could be the answer.... i hope

 

yeah im probably going to use something else instead of malwarebytes but i probably didnt know how to use it, and thanks!

 

Maybe you can try System Restore. I had a problem like this a while ago and it solved it!

 

is it going to erase everything? i backed up some files and its probably something minor but it will be my last resortr

 

EDIT: I tried it, but because other dates arent in bold i can't go back :sad:

 

I'm not familiar with Malwarebytes but it appears to have a Quarantine where it stores deleted files in an encrypted form. Have you tried running the program again and restoring the files from it's backup?

 

I do have that file but i uninstalled malwarebytes. I'll try to install it again, maybe i have i still have it.

 

EDIT: I only have the logs and i cant seem to restore anything :bigcry:

 

 

ill get back to yall!

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System Restore rolls-back to the state of the computer at the time the computer took an image of itself, it doesn't touch personal files/folders.

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