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Scanning. Will report back when it's finished. Will it make a log or something? I wanna know to share it once it's done.

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Scanning. Will report back when it's finished. Will it make a log or something? I wanna know to share it once it's done.

Yes, it will create a CBS.log in the same location as the one CHKDSK did. To my knowledge, it will just overwrite the previous CBS log from CHKDSK, but just in case, go ahead and delete the one CHKDSK generated since you've already uploaded it to Dropbox.
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From what I can read, that went relatively smooth, made a few repairs, and nothing was unrepairable. How's the system running after we've done all of this? Still sluggish?
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First of all, I can assume the blue screening has stopped for now since you haven't mentioned crashing or anything yet since we took care of NOD32.

Second, was the system as sluggish as it was prior to uninstalling NOD32?
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Negative, it wasn't sluggish.
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Alright, for testing purposes then, completely reinstall NOD32 again, but the latest version this time. Once it's done, let me know if the system is still sluggish. Make sure you don't have two AV's installed / running at the same time. If you installed an AV temporarily after removing NOD32, uninstall it.

Also, I presume you're currently not crashing at all right now compared to before we removed NOD32?
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I'm not crashing at all, but then again, I'm not really using that system.

Don't you think it might be a better idea to do a clean install at this point?
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Don't you think it might be a better idea to do a clean install at this point?

That would be the absolute best thing you can do, yes. I usually try to provide assistance to avoid a clean install, but if you actually want to do a clean install, that would save us both a lot of time!
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