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Keeps rebooting Alcohol 120%'s fault

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I installed Alcohol 120% and it gave me two files: xmasbus.sys and xmasscsi.sys. They are installed in C:windows/system32/ and I can't get to them because my PC keeps rebooting.

Here's what happens to me:1. Tries to boot up
2. Asks me if I want to go into a bunch of Safe Mode things, along with Last known good config seting and starting Windows normally
3. When I choose Safe Mode, a long list of drivers pop up, along with those two files above, except at the very end i hangs on "loading xmasbus.sys"
4. It restarts the PC
5. Repeat 1-4
I can't access any of my files, nor I can I even get to my desktop, for the PC keeps rebooting.

It seems like Alcohol 120% did this to my PC (a Virtual Drive program). Both xmasbus.sys and xmasscsi.sys are the two files that are installed when you install Alcohol 120% onto your PC, and those two files are the ones that cause my PC and any other's PC to crash when you try booting it in any mode. Period.

Please help me!!!! I can't use my PC!!!! Is it possible to remove the files so I can use the PC, that, or use the PC without using those two files???? I really need some help please... Alcohol 120% gave it to me.

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