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Think I Finally figured this one out. If you're still having problems navigate to C:\windows\system32\ if you see a jkhff.dll and an exe you have a strain of the vundo virus. AVG wasn't detecting this for some reason, might be a new strain. You can delete the exe the dll wouldn't let me delete it even in safe mode. I did a search and found a removal tool that fixed it up. You can get that tool here. http://vundofix.atribune.org/ I also had to reinstall the startup programs since the virus corrupted my exe's. Hope it works for you, it was a pain for me.
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