Windows 10: How long do pc repair shops usually take to fix my problem?

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  1.    06 May 2017 #11

    I doubt that other forum steered you very wrong -- they did the best they could with the understanding they had of your situation.
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       06 May 2017 #12

    beautyobsessed7 said: View Post
    Wow I hope it's not a few weeks. Thanks for the links, I saved them and will use them when I get it back
    Nah, the repair shop will take the shortest route to get you up and running again.
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       06 May 2017 #13

    RolandJS said: View Post
    I doubt that other forum steered you very wrong -- they did the best they could with the understanding they had of your situation.
    Agreed.
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       07 May 2017 #14

    WOT said: View Post
    Nah, the repair shop will take the shortest route to get you up and running again.
    And do be aware that, especially with OEMs and warranties, it is possible the shortest route is to simply start by setting the computer back to its as-shipped condition which usually results in losing all your data. Be sure to have a backup copy of anything you don't want to lose, anything that exists nowhere else. Programs can always be reinstalled.
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  5.    07 May 2017 #15

    beautyobsessed7 said: View Post
    Sorry!!

    I have a virus and found out its malware known as Rogue.Tech-Support. When I attempt to start Windows It locked my screen and displayed a "Error code: 0x00AEM001489 with a warning about detecting suspicious activities and a support number to call. I realized it was the virus.
    WOT said: View Post
    Nah, the repair shop will take the shortest route to get you up and running again.
    As long as there was no encryption of your files, repair is usually quite simple with those: Boot to cleaning media and it's gone. Couple hours work. Sometimes the SAM file needs to be reverted.
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       07 May 2017 #16

    @beautyobsessed7, this forum has a great tutorials section to help you solve any problems/actions you may need to take to fix or generally maintain your PC.

    Windows 10 tutorials, tricks, tips, and guides
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