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BSOD after malware removal

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First post here.

I've been working with the folks over at malwarebytes.org (forums) to remove a nasty Trojan over the last week. We've successfully (I think) rid my system of malware, but now I can't boot normally into Windows (getting the BSOD). The STOP codes I'm getting are:
0x0000008E (0xC0000005,0x80637421,0xB6F7F9B8,0x00000000)

It was recommended that I attempt to find a resolution here. Any help appreciated.
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Link to your thread in malware forum, please.
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