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Zinux_LLC says

I think that I was deadly hit from virus inside the last update of Flash Macromedia. The result was the message on win start up for damage CRYPTUI.dll. Windows 7 couldn’t be repair or reinstall or format disk ….just I lost my admin rights and lots of system files are crypted not from me. The disk was checked for viruses in other pc and the result was 0 viruses but the problems with broken win7 still exist. Do you know such virus ?
http://www.pcmaxutilities.com/wikiexefiles/cryptui-dll-error-fix-guide.html

Here is what i found about cryptui.dll errors try the steps enclosed including the cryptui.dll repairer by mcafee. See if this resolves the issue, if not i’ll do more digging. Also what anti-virus were you using to scan with?

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TanyDi says

Here is what i found about cryptui.dll errors try the steps enclosed including the cryptui.dll repairer by mcafee. See if this resolves the issue, if not i’ll do more digging. Also what anti-virus were you using to scan with?

I had AVG while this happened. I’ll give the disk with broken win7 to my friend who will try to fix the problem. I’ll show him the link you posted here. The final step is to put disk in other pc and format totally :-) But I’ll post here final solution. Thank you very much for info :)

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Zinux_LLC says


Here is what i found about cryptui.dll errors try the steps enclosed including the cryptui.dll repairer by mcafee. See if this resolves the issue, if not i’ll do more digging. Also what anti-virus were you using to scan with?
I had AVG while this happened. I’ll give the disk with broken win7 to my friend who will try to fix the problem. I’ll show him the link you posted here. The final step is to put disk in other pc and format totally :-) But I’ll post here final solution. Thank you very much for info :)

Not a problem happy to help out where I can. AVG usually is a pretty good anti-virus, it and Avast run neck and neck for free protection. Now for real-time protection I would look at a different anti-virus. Although you will have to come out of pocket for good real-time protection.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/2025949/security-software-showdown-9-antivirus-suites-empirically-tested.html

I’m anti-symantec because it is a resource hog, but as far as reliable protection I’ve always loved Kapersky. I also typically have Microsoft Security Essentials installed along with AVG or Avast if you stay with AVG, as I’ve found working on computers that some are quicker to identify threats in there virus definitions and will catch things before others.

IE: Scanned a computer with Norton it found nothing, scanned with Kapersky it found 20 viruses lol. Just a few thoughts, hope it helps out. Let me know if you need anything else, I’ll be happy to help out.

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