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My computer freezes - I can't do anything. Is it virus?

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Here is what has happened:
I downloaded a Chinese dictionary from http://btjunkie.org/...c2f100ae5ba0115, and after opening the .exe file, the program seemed fin, just until it started to actually install the program - it took ages, and eventually my computer froze. So I turned it off, as I wasn't able to do anything else, and now I'm just able to type in the password and see the "windows" load, and then it freezes again. I have tried it in safe mode, where I am able to actually start up the computer and see the desktop, but I can barely even open a folder before it freezes again. So basically, I can't do anything, and honestly, I don't know what exactly is the problem. Is anyone able to help me?

As I am not able to run the OTL (I am really not able to do anything after I log on), I've tried to press F2 (system diagnostics) and I did the start-up test, and it says this:

Failure ID: 6C5XU40005AL-9XLO3G-60W203
Product ID: XC738EA#UUW

Hard Disk 1

Does this mean there's something wrong with the harddisk, or could it still be a virus or something like that? It is just weird if there is something wrong with the computer, as it's fairly new - maybe 2 months.

Edited by marpou, 06 December 2010 - 02:34 PM.

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