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WinXP infitnite rebooting during installation/repair

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I hope I'm posting this in the right section of the forum.

I originally had a trojan problem so I posted in the virus/trojan section of this forum and Rorschach112was kind enough to help me out. However, in the process of ridding my computer of the trojan, one of the steps I was suggested messed with my network connections.

To solve that problem, I did the suggested Windows XP repairs. That didn't work right, unfortunately. And now I have the computer in a constant rebooting pattern.

I understand all this might not make much sense, but to whoever is willing to help, here is the link to the conversation me and Rorschach112 had in the virus/trojan section. This will help you make sense of my problem(s) a great deal.

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Thank you very much to whoever takes the time to help out.
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