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system problems after using the PC for a while

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Hello. I formatted my computer a week ago using Windows XP home edition CD but during the format, some of the files could'nt be properly installed. I installed Kaspersky anti-virus program which found a few trojans, also in my external hard drive and cleaned them. But the computer started to give system errors like dll errors or lsass.exe errors. I installed regcure and ran the software, the computer started to work fine but after a while, other system errors started to appear, like lsass errors, active X errors, missing paths and also blue screen. I installed Fx sasser but it didn't find anything. After a while, explorer stopped to work properly, not responding. I ran the computer in safe mode and restored the system back to its first condition after running regcure. Than I downloaded SDfix and ran it in safe mode to scan the computer but it found nothing. When I start to use the PC, it works fine for a while but than problems appear. First, internet browsers start not to work and eventually system errors are generated. Tonight I have left the PC open and when I came back, found a blue screen. I ran in safe mode and restored the system.
So I tried as I could; but in vain:) Can you please propose any solution to my problem?

Thanks a lot

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