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so im in a slight problem :]
had a harddrive which had windows 10 on it and couple months back installed windows 10 on a new ssd too (so now i only use windows on the ssd)
recently got slapped with a virus and so i installed and ran malware bytes which quarantined a bunch of "virus" files which some (i believe) were in the system32 file and so after prompting me to restart the computer - i got the ":( ur pc doesnt work" even after simply troubleshooting and then trying to boot into safe mode just returns with the sad face error and "system_service_exception" i am on the computer right now because i managed to get in by booting up the old harddrive windows 10 any ideas on how to fix the ssd windows so i can be back to normal? this hard drive is extremely slow sorry for the long paragraph but i really dont know what to do...

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hi and thanks
i had visited the first file location:
and it had JSON file which I am unable to upload here.
but I am able to upload the second file which i have attached below
from the location:

thanks, aistro


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Okay, I looked at the logs and I'm not finding anything removed that should have caused a booting issue. Can you open in Recovery Mode and do a System Restore to a time before you did the removal and get Windows running. Then we can look at cleaning it again



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hi, I've tried all that before and system recovery has no back ups. After 8 hours of trial I had not reached any closer to solving the problem and therefore resulted in wiping the ssd and installing windows again.

I believe my problem is gone so thanks for the help but I've sorted it out.


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Okay then, glad to hear you were able to get it resolved. I'll close your topic and leave with some information to help you keep the system clean going forward.



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