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start the notebook, quickly press F8 several times to get you into safe mode, select safe mode.
I would suggest un-installing AVG program (go to Start, Control Panel, ADD-Remove, select AVG program, un-install it)
then reboot (shutdown, and press restart) the notebook. Install Microsoft Security Essentials instead -- Its free and it works just as well as AVG.
actually www.bitdefender.com is the more popular anti-virus software on the market today, and more effective, although it uses much of your computer resources (slows down PC) and it costs $30
you can also install www.malwarebyes.org as additional anti-virus software , this is free as well
hope this helps
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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