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About Ra1nf4ll

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  1. Well, I had nothing important on my pc, as it was full of games, so I just restored it as you said. I wasn't able to try to do all that you said after the restore part, but if I unfortunately run into the virus again, I'll just come back to this forum.
  2. As of right now, I'm trying to use another HDD from an old laptop as the boot drive. I'll inform you by a day or two if it works or not. Just call me by Eric. My computer is a Windows 7, but I don't know the brand, as it's just an old hand-me-down computer with not much info.I have an internal DVD drive, but I don't know if it can be booted from. I have a lot of other laptops that can be used to download. I have a clean flash drive. I have no recent backup. I tried booting it into safe mode while it's booting, but my keyboard is disabled for some reason while booting.
  3. Long story short, I downloaded a file which contains a virus; tried to run CCleaner, Avast, and finally Safe mode, when I realized keyboard is disabled during boot. I thought of system restoring using Comodo Time Machine, but that was after booting Safe Mode. After I reboot, I can't boot into safe mode, and Comodo is hindering me with something I need to press OK for, but keyboard isn't working.
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