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Host Processes shutting Windows services down

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I can log on to my computer but get several error messages. I can't open control panel and will not load my user settings and can't open internet explorer. Some of the error messages I get are : Host Process for Windows Services was closed.. To help protect your computer Data Execution Prevention has closed Host Process for Windows Services. A problem caused internet explorer to stop working. When I try to open maintanence/security settings I get Windows Explorer has stopped working. Also got a solution found click here to fix ffshow.ax. Tried rebooting in safe mode and same thing.
Any help is appreciated :D
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