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svhost.exe at startup

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When I turn on my computer it gives me an Error message as follows:
svhost.exe application Error, Thie instruction at "0x7c918fea" referrenced memory at "0x00000010"
The memory could not be "written" Click on OK to terminate the program
Click on cancel to debug the program
Either of the "terminate" or "debug" options does nothing apparently, then windows logs on. This has been happening for some time now and I don't think I should ignore it any longer. I looked into some malware and trojan removal tool and ran them. Still the same problem. I don't know where to begin to find a name for this if it is a virus or something simuliar. My system has been starting up increasing slower as well. My registery is very confusing and there are many duplicate and triplicate string entries.
Can anyone help assist me with some knowlege. I don't know about this kind of stuff and a novice on this issue.
Ronn :whistling:

Edited by Xmitome, 01 February 2007 - 09:54 AM.

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Please Click here!, and follow the recommendations in the guide.

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