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Blank screen after Boot screen, no boot up in safe mode either

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Kej, Oct 12, 2010.

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  1. Kej

    Kej Thread Starter

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    Hi

    Someone told me this is going to be a hardware problem? Just in case not, and it is software related, please direct me to the right person? I am also currently running the thread for some bad trojan I picked up

    Trj.ZPACK.GEN

    at the following url: http://forums.techguy.org/virus-other-malware-removal/954912-trj-zpack-gen.html

    There are hijack reports there, as well as dds.scr logs.

    Today, I tried to boot up my PC. It flashes the usual Acer boot screen, the cursor flashes at the top left corner, as always and then nothing...blank.

    In safe mode, the last line before boot-up freezes:

    multi<0>disk<0>rdisk<0>partition<2>\windows\system32\drivers\iojtcgwf.sys

    I have tried the option of "last configuration of functional settings" and nothing.

    My battery seems to have been fried (only ever gets to max 70%) and I thought it might be due to a power surge. To check, I let it run down last night, to recharge it this morning and see if it would charge fully. I was watching a tv series on vlc, and everything was functioning as "normal" apart from the usual issues the trojan would dole out...I was completely surprised and utterly disappointed to find that this morning I have NO computer at all, while I have been patiently waiting for the team to help me axe this damned virus. I want to scream.

    PLEASE HELP ME?!
     
  2. Kej

    Kej Thread Starter

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    I HAVE posted this new problem in the original thread. I have not heard from Cookiegal since Friday?
     
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