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userintit.exe failed to initalize 0xc0000005 + rundll32.exe not workin

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Hey i start up my computer and as soon as i log on a error comes up saying userintit.exe failed to initalize 0xc0000005 (im pretty sure this is what the error was, sorry my computers langauge is on korean cant translate that well :) )
After i click ok the error comes up like 2 more times then my wallpaper appears with nothing on it; i ctrl+alt+delete and opened up a folder. all the folders and icons come back and everything worked like nomal then i see my firewall closed so i try to open it and a error comes up and my on my start button the words changed into empty boxes.
i got a pic of the error http://img65.imagesh...ge=help2sx7.bmp
sorry couldnt get the picture of the blank wallpaper or the userinit.exe error. Print screen didnt work when logging in :)

i found a person who had a problem like me and it said that he downloaded Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware, and that fixed his problems i downloaded the programe and did a quick scan but 20sec into the scan a error comes up saying "run-time error6: overflow" anyone know how to fix this as well. here's the other persons post http://www.geekstogo...ey-t199040.html

Edited by BizzyD, 30 May 2008 - 10:41 PM.

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