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Help me bout my xp

Hi,
i need help...i cant make a new document or edit my document in my microsoft xp...
it happen after i use my computer to surf internet, and when i open my ms office there is a dialog box tell me that ms office with frontpage detect a significant change in my machine configuration
what am i suppos to do?
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This problem you are facing is due to virus / spyware attack from the net .. due to this some system files which are needed for the successful operation have got corrupted or missing from the registry .. (may be the virus / spyware might have got removed by the antivirus but the system files are missing from the registry)

first install a good updated antivirus and scan your whole system and remove the viruses and then you can give repair from your XP boot cd ...

this will solve the problem easily..

you can just have a check to confirm that the virus is attacked or not ..

check for these options like folder options,screen saver & desktop tab in properties,task manager,registry editor ..

if any of this options are missing means it is confirm that your system is attacked with virus /spyware and it has removed some files from the registry so you are missing some of these options ..

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Hi ,
firstly have u updated the anti virus.
please up date it.. and go to the control panel> add& remove program > microsoft office > change> repair >
i think it will fix it..

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