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i can only start windows in safe mode

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This is what i posted before on the wrong forum(well, not wrong, but not the one about.....well you get it)

"God, i need some help, since like a week ago, i got this red circle with a white "x" in it on the system tray icon, and since that, i started to get a lot of popups(cant remember the website right now, something like sportinggoods and it stuck as my homepage. Also i keep getting an icon on the desktop named temp532.exe, and i keep erasing it and it keeps coming up. Also another airplane icon that says "air tickets" or something, and on the add/remove programs, the only weird thing i got said "The ABI networks bla bla bla part of the revenue bla bla", and when i tried to uninstall it, i get this popup. And yesterday, when i turned on my pc, after the VMI pool screen, i got a blank screen(no image on my monitor) and it gets stuck in there, i can start my computer in safe mode, but not in the normal mode. I really need some help, cuz that's the computer i use for college and i really need it... "

the problem is that i cant connect to internet in safe mode, nor use my mouse(USB mouse) or do anything productive. The only way is trying to do this stuff from a cd...i dunno if i can install this stuff in dafe mode...well im gonna try to do run the anty-malware programs from a cd, if it doesnt work, ill come back
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