OK, from now on no more system restore. Please Boot to the System Recovery Options If you have Windows 7 installation disc, just insert a DVD to the drive, restart computer and it should load automatically (option two presented in the article). It's possible also that your computer has a pre-installed recovery partition instead - in such a case use a method one (by pressing F8 before Windows starts loading)... NOTE. If none of the above apply you can create System Repair Disc (link in "Option two") and boot from it. On the System Recovery Options menu you will get the following options: Startup Repair System Restore Windows Complete PC Restore Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool Command Prompt Choose Command Prompt You should see X:\SOURCES>... Execute the following commands in bold. Press Enter after every one of them. bootrec /fixmbr (<--- there is a "space" after "bootrec") bootrec /fixboot (<--- there is a "space" after "bootrec") exit Restart computer. Re-run TDSSKiller.