So today I was looking at my computer's memory left on the hard disk and it was REALLY low. SO I decided to back all my stuff up onto a portable hard drive and to a system restore from the Symantec Dell restore thing. I did that and wala my computer was completely restored and I was busy updating and downloading all my programs etc... Well I needed to restart for some programs to work so I go to do this. I get onto the log on screen and I get an error saying something cannot be read and it is a winlogon.exe error. It tells me to press cancel to debug or ok to terminate the program. Either one brings me to the infamous BSOD. RN I'm booted onto Ubuntu from a flash drive and I Have access to my hard disk and can see the winlogon.exe. Is there a way to download a clean one and replace them? What can I do :(???
P.S: I would just use Ubuntu but I need Photoshop and iTunes :(
Update: Hey guys thanks for answering... I don't know why but it seems I can't access the Symantec thing anymore. What you do to get to it on a Dell is hold and f11. I'll try again but as of now I can't. Also, thanks for your suggestions! I was afraid I would have to redo all of this :( Oh well.
Exact error: "The instruction at 0x5ad8a69d referenced memory at 0x08e81db6 the memory could not be read"