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Windows XP freezes after loading screen!


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Brian48216

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I'm at my wit's end this time around!

I can boot my computer up in safe mode no problem, but when I try to boot up windows normally, it goes to the windows loading screen, then, when it's about to load up the desktop, it stops at a blak screen. The hard drive stops clicking, and nothing happens.

I've tried uninstalling the videocard drivers in safe mode, but that hasn't helped.

I don't know if this is a direct consequence, but just before this symptom, I ran the lm2fix.exe to remove some adware.
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I don't see another post from you in malware, so you ran lm2fix.exe without being directed to?
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I don't see another post from you in malware, so you ran lm2fix.exe without being directed to?


One of my friends who had the same adware problem ended up running it. :tazz:
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well rather than me messing around with a tool that I am unfamiliar with, I will bring this to a malware experts attention ....
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