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x3ssp92x3

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basically my computer is spyware infested, i posted my hijack this log somewhere, and they said to run a scan suing the ad-aware program. However whever i try to run the program the toolbar and desktop go default, then there it turns into a blue screen that says this exactly:

STOP. c000021a {Fatal System Error}
The Login Process system terminated with a status
f (0x00000080 0x0000008).
System has been shut down




--or something of that nature
I then need to reboot, some help would be greatt =D
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You need to follow as many of the steps shown here first. These resolve approx 70% of problems.

When you have done that (or as much of it as is possible) then post a brief description of your problems and attach the HijackThis log here

They are busy so don't expect an immeadiate reply :tazz:
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I did the Clean up, but whenever i run the Ad-aware it still comes up to the same blue screen and i need to reboot once the search just starts. Is, there some other type of program i can use, or is there a way to fix the glitch?
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there are a number of programs in that clean up...if you cannot run that one, move through all the steps, post the log, and note that you were unable to run adaware
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