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runtime error....HELP! can't run hijackthis!

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I have msn messenger 7.5 but it cannot be run.

When I want to start the programme,

it appears:

"Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library:

Program c:/program files/ msn messenger/ msnmsgr. exe

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application's suppport team for more information.?

After pressing ok, nothing happens, just can't open messenger.

The same case happens for Winamp, but just the pathname is different.

I tried to donwload the latest MSN Live, but I can't install it.

I don't know whether it is related to Kazaa. Since I have been using Kazaa from a few weeks ago. But just few days ago, this case happened, the Kazaa Windows even can't be viewed properly. (Since I think about buying new computer the coming month, I run Kazaa without Anti-virus software, My norton has been uninstalled few months ago.)

After that, I try to download a free anti-virus software, it is AntiVir PE Classic. I run the scanning process, and deleted some trojan as suggested, but the things still remain. The same is true for Ad-ware scanning.

I try to run Hijackthis, but then I can't even execute the EXE file. It appears " Not enough memory to run, quitting".

What can I do for this??
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