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Help! Supected Virus/Spyware or Hardware Isuues (Unsure)


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Help I recently installed a key update for my firewall and had to restart my computer. When I logged in after about 5-10 seconds a blue screen appeared with the information below and then the computer restarted. I have tried multiple times and got the same result. The Bluescreen said -

A problem has been detected and Windows has been shutdown to prevent damage to your computer.

The problem seems to be caused by the following file - LVPrcMon.sys

The driver unloaded without cancelling pending operations.

Technical Information -
*** STOP: 0x000000D4 (0xF7913410, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x8053676E)

Please be aware I recently tried to use my new Logitech Wireless keyboard however I do not know if this or a virus is the cause. Also I can't get into the computer because after 10 seconds it restarts and I can't do anything.
Helllllpppppp me !!!!

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LVPrcMon.sys is related to logitech, I don't think its a virus but rather a hardware\software issue.

Edited by Suerte, 26 April 2008 - 04:03 AM.

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Do you know how I can fix it??
Please can anyone help I really need this fixed ASAP. Any suggestions would be appreciated!

Edited by XtremeSparks, 26 April 2008 - 04:34 AM.

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As the computer is booting up, tap F8 till you get to a boot screen that will give some choices.
Try "last known good configuration"
If that does not work, reboot and go into safe mode. Safe mode will look weird in that the screen resolution and other things will be off. If the computer gets to that point, then you can try restore back to before you did the update.
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Thankyou everyone who has contributed however I am sort of a beginner and because of this the computer has gotten frozen at the safe mode loading point with all the partitions I have left it for a good 15 minutes yet nothing has hapenned. Please can anyone help it would be greatly appreciated!! :)
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