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i got spyware and then i deleted some files with hijackthis and then i downloaded avast antivirus and deleted some files and then i restarted my computer and my mouse still works, but everything stopped working, the desktop icons i can't click on adn the bottom bar with the start button i cant click on and its like everything frozed and when i press alt+ctrl+delete, the window popped out and i typed Run:firefox and thats the only way i am able to post here.

My computer has stopped worksing, the desktop icons cannot be clicked on and the bottom bar thing with the start button and other things is missing or can't be clicked on..

I AM DOOMED!!!!!!! my sister just fixed my computer and few weeks ago and now its broken again, it might be something i deleted with avast anti virus.......


i use windows xp. I can only get on firefox on the guest with that method and when i try to switch user and i entered my password, my guest account desktop wallpaper appears and then goes back to password screen.

Edited by Vay, 26 November 2008 - 10:30 PM.

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Don't make multiple topics please

Your problem is malware related, I am already helping you in the malware removal forum
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