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BrodyBroad

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So this morning i stood up and was about to get into my acer laptop, i dont use it that much and i have forgotten my password for the main account(i use the finger login feature i have), anyways when i was doing that it failed a few times and i just restarted it as the computer frooze(to many times it failed on the finger login thing makes it freeze same way as when you do the password wrong 3 times)

so i restarted the computer and when i got back on i had to go through alot of those system recovery things due to shutting down wrong, now its all done but when i logon(any account) it does everything incredibly slow and i cannot even shut my laptop down again as it wont allow me to access the startmenu even, I know what i did wrong but i'm no IT techie, i only use it for research and playing games

PS: It's not any virus doing this as i ran a full search yesterday(took around 5-6 hours or so) and i've also tried going on with my internet disabled.

Much appreciated if anyone can solve this for me
 
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System specs. RAM, HDD size, please. Can you run a chkdsk, and did you run your malware scan in safe mode ??
 

BrodyBroad

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System specs. RAM, HDD size, please. Can you run a chkdsk, and did you run your malware scan in safe mode ??
service pack 1
Its an Acer aspire 7738, processor Intel core 2 duo CPU t6600
RAM 4gb
32 bit operating system

Chkdsk says
the master file table's <MFT> BITMAP attribute is inncorrect
The volume bitmap is incorrect
Windows found problems with the file system.

After that it says stuff about disk usage and where it is
 
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