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Ina any event, you probably do not need to reformat it.
The issue may be more to do with profile corruption.
Create a new log in user (Go To Control Panel through the link on your start menus, find User Accounts, and then add a new one.)
Once you have done this, restart your computer and use this log in instead of your original one.
See if the problem has gone away now.
If it hasnt and you believe you have a virus, update your AntiVirus program, assuming you have one, and instruct it to run a full scan. Then leave the computer alone for 3 or 4 hours to let it run.
--- please first of all arrange system setup disk for WinXp
--- Start Windows in safe mode, if yu can, uninstall all undesirable programs, antiviruses, TSRs
--- Restart System
if problem is not solved, please repair windows, by setup & upgrade from the XP installation disk.
Spyware Doctor, Panda are good antiviruses, please update them on internet after first instalation
Looking around the internet it looks like the file is a virus, thus causing the issues you are experiencing. Download a good virus/spyware protection program like spysweeper to clean it and keep it from happening again.