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Ok, so I know a little bit about computers, and I can generally fix them if it is something small, but here lately it is getting worse to where I have to system restore my pc at least 2-3 times a day. I had a lot of malware issues that I had recently taken off of our computer and now I feel like it is running worse than it was. Whenever I reboot the computer i get a pop-up error that say's Init easyUIStringConfig.xml failed. I looked this up and still cannot figure out how to fix it. One thing that I had tried to do was download this program called ParetoLogic PC Health Advisor. It had scanned the computer and had found 125 registry errors and 8 driver errors as well as a few other issues. When I clicked fix all then it decided to tell me that I needed to pay for the program but I don't want to pay for something that will not fix it or that will actually give my pc more issues. The computer is running slow and programs freeze and shut down on their own as well as anytime that I would try to google anything then my pages would get re-directed. I tried to use firefox and the same issues. My step-dad used to work for Microsoft, but he lives in a different state and I cannot get ahold of him and this issue is, like I had earlier mentioned, getting worse. I feel like if I wipe the drive and start over, I may be making a mistake that I cannot undo. Will someone please help me???? Any other things that are needed to know please feel free to ask. Thank You~!
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Hi Misconfusedpc ... :unsure: ..:)

did you try a repair on xp...
how about the device manager...any yellow or red !or ? marks
tell us everything you tried and the results
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