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The Imortal Bug & A New Laptop

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My previous Laptop and Desktop were infected beyond hope, so I scrapped them, and got a new laptop and replaced my home router. It took all of a week before I realized the new computer was also infected... I reset the windows and that pretty much screwed me completely. Malwarebytes, MsAfee, WIndows Malisious Software Removal Software, all find nothing at all, we McAfee found like 170 registry files that were corrupted, but after clicking to clean them it came back and said there was nothing to clean. I have a 500gb hard drive, my C: drive shows as only being 118gb, If I try to open windows defender firewall or anything that controls the system really, I am told that access to that page is restricted by my administrator, I am the only one with an account on this computer, and I even asked myself first.

This is WIndows 10 Home, so we do not have access to Group Policy, or gpedit. But the Group Policies are what are restricting my access and NT Authority is the cone controlling everything, there are 3 virtual network adapters that remain connected even if I disable the adapter...

I read around first so I ran a FRST




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