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  1. No problem! After all, many people had similar issues while using the newest version of Windows, I think it's up to Microsoft to fix their system. As of the computer, I ended up changing the motherboard since none of the devices worked after forcing a reboot so many times. I'd like to thank everyone here for the quick responses, I'm sure that if my MOBO wasn't messed up I'd be able to follow these steps.
  2. Thankfully it wasn't the only one I had, or I'd have to stop school. If this problem gets fixed I might consider using Malwarebytes on the new setup.
  3. I tried everything, but my situation is worse now. The computer won't even post as of now, it is completely bricked. Anyway, I will save up and buy a new one, it's my only option, thanks for the quick response.
  4. I was using the 20H2 version of Windows 10 when a pop-up on the desktop asked me to update Malwarebytes (I've scanned prior to that, so it isn't a malware). After updating and restarting, my PC couldn't boot into Windows. I can't get to the BIOS or Recovery Mode because my keyboard only starts working way before the POST. Also, there is no video output on VGA and a black screen on DVI-D. System information: CPU: Intel Core i5 2400 GPU: Asus Geforce GTX 1050 TI Memory: 8GB DDR3 1333MHz⁽¹⁾ Motherboard: iSync CYBH61 LGA1155 OS: Windows 10 Pro 20
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