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Can only start in safe mode


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rillock

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Every time I start my computer it boots up and as soon as the desktop appears I get an error message. It reads, "Windows has encountered a critical problem and will automatically restart in one minute. Please save your work now." I tried system restore. There aren't any restore points for before this started happening. It started about two weeks ago. I tried going to msconfig and disabling all non microsoft services and startup programs. It is still giving me the message and then restarting. I tried using the F8 restart with the last known good configuration option, it didn't work. I tried using RegCure, and had about 1400 errors that it fixed, that didn't work. I've deleted just about every program that I installed sinse I got the computer. I don't have any idea of what could be causing the problem. I can only use the computer in safe mode.
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Hey Rillock,

Here at G2G, we don't recommend the use of registry cleaners. They often cause more harm than good and, at worst, can really mess up a system. Most industry experts shun them.

Anyhow, it certainly sounds like you are infected. Please follow the instructions here to begin the disinfection process.

Thanks and good luck,

~os
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