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My wife's computer will not boot. She stated that she was using the computer and went to load and adobe file in IE and received an error and IE crashed she finally rebooted and every time we reboot now the error

**** stop: 0X0000007B (0xF78C2534,0Xc0000034,0X00000000,0X00000000) appears on the BSD. I have been reading about this error and it implies that the system has lost access to the system partition. When I start the computer in safe mode it is able to load lots of drivers. The last driver it loads before the failure is aqpcpq.sys, so I don't think it can't find the system partition. I have run chkdsk /r on the system disk. Even though the BSD says to run chkdsk /F the version of chkdsk I am runing does not have that option. I am running it from XP install disk in recovery mode. I have also downloaded AVG rescue and run it. There was 2 trojans found and I followed the process but this did not help the issue either. Don't know what the next step I should take is. There are documents that state that this error could be related to a virus but I would have expected AVG to find it.

Any help would be appreicated as far as what next steps I should take.

Thanks in advance
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There is no need to post this twice. Just use your older post and just follow directions listed there.

The location of that thread can be found here: http://www.geekstogo...top-0x0000007b/

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