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Porthos

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  1. Ok, Lets do this again Hold the power button down for 30 seconds. Then unplug the tower from the power and then hold the button down again for about 5 seconds without the power cord NOT plugged in. Plug it back in and turn it on. If you still get nothing on the screen at all at any time during boot then you have a hardware issue not a software issue.
  2. When starting do you at least see a bios/post screen?
  3. There are a few ways. If Your PC Cannot Start Windows Normally If your PC won’t start Windows normally twice in a row, it should automatically present you with a “Recovery” option that lets you see advanced repair options. Note: We’re talking here specifically about if your PC is able to power on and successfully run through its hardware initialization, but then cannot load Windows successfully. If your PC is having trouble even getting to the stage where Windows loads, check out our guide on what to do when Windows won’t start for more help.
  4. Can you get the computer to boot into safe mode and run system restore? I will ask for you topic to be moved to a section where special tools can be used. You will need another computer and a preferably 8 gig blank flash drive.
  5. First, Attempt to power down the PC by holding the power button for about 20 seconds. If that does not work there is some work to do that can not be done in this section of the forums. Please report back.
  6. @cli Hope the following helps. I downloaded it to assist with evaluation.. https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/162f4d2c497ba5244e3c87f7b59353bfb17c29e11bc01ccb8c47621b9d066b89/detection UsbFix.zip
  7. You can still do it but be aware it will take hours and the computer will be basically unusable during the scan. Malwarebytes does not target script files during a scan.. That means MB will not target; JS, HTML, VBS, .CLASS, SWF, BAT, CMD, PDF, PHP, etc. It also does not target documents such as; PDF, DOC, DOCx, XLS, XLSx, PPT, PPS, ODF, etc. It also does not target media files; MP3, WMV, JPG, GIF, etc. Malwarebytes will detect files like these on execution only with the PAID version only.
  8. I have asked for you post to be moved to the correct section.
  9. I am going to assume here that you have one of the buget laptops with a 64 gig eMMC drive. The problem is those are soldered on and not upgradeable.
  10. I suggest you delete any unneeded documents and pictures and see the following link to clean up more space. https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/83441-free-up-drive-space-windows-10-a.html Then lets work on getting Malwarebytes installed.
  11. This is a browser Guard block and I will alert the proper team for evaluation. @gonzo
  12. I use both Ublock and Browser guard with no issue. Let each do what it does best for a layered protection.
  13. You posted in the wrong section for Browser guard blocks I will alert the proper team. @gonzo
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