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System Restore won't run, Malwarebytes won't run even renamed,

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I can't run system restore, it gives this message "System restore is not able to protect your computer. Please restart your computer, and then run System Restore again. I can't get on any internet browser, by the way this is a different computer I'm using trying to fix this one. I tried downloading malwarebytes to a flash drive and renaming and it will not run either, it says: Run-time error '372': Failed to load control 'vbalGrid' from vbalsgrid6.ocx may be outdated. Make sure you are using the version of the control that was provided with your application. I have noticed that a process called a.exe a couple weeks ago was slowing it down but when I ended the process it was fine. I don't see that process right now though. It will not allow me to run adware or advanced systemcare that were already installed. I am running windows XP on that computer. Also, what I find disturbing is the computer will not restart in any type of safe mode, with or without networking or even command prompt. When you click on this it runs through a list of drivers and stops at one of them, the same on each time, GaG something, I can check if it's important. Thank you for any help possible!
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