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Trojan crashing Windows Start up process

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I was trying to remove the drct16.dll and mszx23.exe and I deleted the following files from my computer as per instructions in other postings, and now my computer wont load windows without failing, not even in safe mode!!! Can somebody please help??? or at least tell me straight up that im screwed?

klogini.dll (Also used in the HAXDOOR virus)
fltr.a3d (No info found on the net - propably some datafile)
redir.a3d (No info found on the net - propably some datafile)
vdnt32.sys (Also used in the HAXDOOR virus)

When i was last able to log on, I still had mszx23.exe on the system, and couldnt delete drct16.dll.

Now i am getting the following message when trying to boot up, (in safe mode too).

The instruction at "0x77f8353b" referenced memory at "0x00f1bc88". The memory could not be "read". click on OK to terminate the program. Click on cancel to debug the program.
Then there is another message about the memory not being able to be written.

Clicking on cancel does nothing, and Clicking on OK gives me a FATAL SYSTEM ERROR saying..."windows logon process system process terminated unexpectedly wth a status of (some number)....The system has been shut down"

Is some kind soul able to give me some advice??? Thank you very much.

duplicate post. Topic closed.

Edited by coachwife6, 24 March 2005 - 09:46 PM.

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