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Computer won't start up - referenced memory problem. help!

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Quite often when i start up my computer i get an error message that reads:

The instruction at "0x77f83aed" referenced memory >> at "0x00440052". The memory could not be "written". >> Click OK to terminate the program or cancel to debug.

I've found a way round it by selecting the last known good configuration but obviously thats not ideal. I googled the error message and i found an entry that suggested it was a "Winlogin" virus - I downloaded the recommended application and ran it but it found nothing.

can anyone help?

thanks a lot.
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