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system has recovered from a serious error

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When I start my computer I frequently get an error message saying the the system has recovered from a serious error. One time it happened I got the following details:

BCCode:ea BCP1: 81B7B9C0 BCP2: 81FF37B8 BCP3: 81F4BB08 BCP4: 00000001 OSVER: 5_1_2600 SP:20 Product: 768_1

The files involved are:

" " " " \sysdata.xml

The details seem to change each time.

I've run Ad-Aware, Ewido, Spybot S&D, AVG Free ed, updated Spywareblaster and anything and everythng else I could think of.

The computer also randomly reboots often and I understand that could be due to overheating, biy I was wondering if it might have anything to do with this.

I sometimes get a C++ overrun, or something like that? An Explorer window opens on it's own to various websites, not sure if they're malware or not and they're not popups; the toolbars are at the top of the page, though that hasn't happened in the last couple of days.

Sorry I can't be more specific.

Thanks! :tazz:
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