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Please help! Mozilla problem!

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I'm sorry to bother you all
I'm not sure if this is the right board to post this....if it's not, I will move my post.

Okay, so I'm not able to open up Mozilla or Internet Explorer correctly.
I get the following error messages:

"Not enough data is available to process this command"
This comes up right away when I start the computer...and no other applications are open. Then, Mozilla doesn't work....so, then I restart the computer and the Internet connection works for about 10 minutes...


For certain websites it says:
"You cannot connect because SSL is disabled"

I'm not able to restart the computer using the START--> SHUT DOWN --> RESTART
So, I try to use ALT CTRL DEL and I get the following error message:
Windows Application Error that says "The application failed to initialize properly Oxc0000017. Click OK to terminate application."

Okay, so that's all the problems...is this a virus??
Thanks in advance for all your help.
I really appreciate it~! :woot: :) :)
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Also wanted to add some other error messages:
Error: firefox.exe Bad Image
The application or DLL C:/Program Files/Mozilla Firefox/js3250.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette.

C:/Program Files/Internet Explorer/INTERNET EXPLORE.EXE "Not enough quota is available to process this command"

Any help is appreciated...thanks~!
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