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Desktop PC goes black on me

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Guys, when my desktop PC boots and the Windows XP boot up screen finishes, it goes black and I see "No Signal?" HOWEVER; in safe mode I can see my desktop? Do I have a virus? Made it to device manager and there is no exclamation points???

Things that I have tried......

In safe mode I try to update "ALL" my antivirus and Spyware removal applications so that I can run them and remove whatever is ailing my PC, but none of them can update, I get a message that tells me that I have no network connection when I do?

Spyware and Antivrus I currently have installed are, SpyDoctor, SpyBot search & Destroy, Windows LiveOne, Adaware anniversary Edition....I have them all set up for manual so that there is no conflicts upon start up, but I have Windows LiveOne on as my resident Antivirus program.

I tried to do a Restore point and it does but I still can't see my desktop ...except in Safe Mode

I tried to reinstall my OS (Windows XP Professional) but when I get to the point where it says press F8 in the lisencing agreement portion to continue it's as though its disabled and nothing happens.....

man I don't know what to do anymore..........

Do I have the April Fools worm!!!!!

Thank you in advance!

Stock aka Lou
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