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hello everyone, I just came while brousing and found this wonderful site..
I'm in crises.. I'm new in IT Department (8months) I was cleaning a machine(DELL Optiplex 755 desktop) infested with viruses. I think the cleaning was successful and I left it running. The user encountered a problem on logon the following morning. the desktop is now looping after putting password it pops a screen requesting for password continously. I tried re-installing but gives a bluescreen when about to start the installation. Tried on safe mood and giving same error (0X0000007B).
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This really isn't the place to post this query, (it should have been put under the Op systems forum), but anyhoo.... Your stop code may mean that you will have to re-format your drive as it could have a boot sector virus. Have you gone into the Xp repair console and run CHKDSK /r?

And if you want more Geeks to see your problem, you may want to repost this in the Windows XP, 2000, 2003 NT forum.... :)

Good luck....
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Moving to the XP forum for now.
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