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About Wilt553

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  1. I’m so sorry, but I thought I had a flash drive. I have been trying to get one, but my parents are very busy. All I can do is just search things up beforehand. I’m very sorry for holding up your time. Hopefully this is my last question, but when I have windows downloaded on my drive, how do I boot my PC? I have a windows 10 HP. I heard that I’m supposed to do advanced restart, but it does not do anything.
  2. So am I supposed to download the Media Creation Tool on the uninfected PC and insert the USB then plug the USB back into my infected PC? Or am I supposed to not use my uninfected PC at all and just download the ISO on my infected PC? I also found this video, is it okay to follow?
  3. I’m sorry, but I thought I was supposed to get the Windows 10 files from my spare PC because if I used my infected PC, it would bring along the virus into my USB. Please correct me if I’m wrong.
  4. Ok, I have read the topic. Am I supposed to start the recovery drive on a separate PC?
  5. No, I'm not able to get to Recovery Environment. When I hold shift and restart, it acts like a normal restart. I'm also unsure on how to create the fixlist. Could you please elaborate on that? I believe I have a spare PC and USB.
  6. Thanks for responding. Here's the logs. Addition.txt FRST.txt
  7. I accidentally downloaded a virus. I'm trying to completely restart my computer, but every time I do it doesn't work. I used Malwarebytes and Adwcleaner several times to try and rid of it. It got rid of some of it, but I believe its still there. I'm unable to change my internet and I cant get into Windows Recovery Environment. I tried the Reset this PC button, but it does nothing, holding shift and restarting just acts like a normal restart. Please help.
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