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Windows Xp keeps crashing, recent malware removal, registry changes

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Hello friends, I would like to thank you again for such a friendly and useful forum.

Recently, I had some malware/virus issues that I hope have been fully resolved with the instruction of a knowledgeable and patient resident geek.

My system does seem to be running faster, however, it often freezes while running certain programs like itunes, firefox, and especially the game battlefield 2.

It either freezes, and forces a hard restart, or I get the BSOD 0x00000007f

i'll include some screen shots of error logs on restart after BSOD:

I'm wondering if i might have a memory issue? or possibly some recently installed/deleted programs are conflicting somehow with windows.

wondering if there is a way to detect system conflicts or registry problems.

Im running windows xp pro
AMD athlon 64 x2 Dual Core
Processor 4600+ 2.40 ghz
1gb ram
service pack 2

Thank you so much in advance!


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