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Every time I try to log into Windows I get a blue screen of death with the same messages every time:

STOP: 0x000000D1 (0x000000F8, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x85AB01E6)

My computer is a Sony Vaio PCV-V1/G Pentium 4 2.8GHz 480Mb RAM running XP for home users, service pack 3.

When the problem first happened I logged-in via Safe Mode and a message came up saying that windows had disabled the driver for the SMSC LPC Memory Stick Host Controller (SMSCMS version 04/11/2003)because it would cause instability in the system. So I upgraded the driver with the most recent version found on the Sony website for Europe (SMSCMS version 29/01/2004).

Whilst that got rid of the "disabled drive" message it didn't solve the problem. I then ran AVG and found 2 trojans, I also ran "Clean My Registry" but still the same problem occured.

I have now followed the Malware and Spyware Cleaning guide and have attached to this post the various scan results as suggested plus a recent bootlog in case it's useful.

I would be very grateful if one of your experts could help me with this persistent problem.

Thanks in advance.


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