Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Boot the system in safe mode
1.) restart the system
2.) pump the F8 Key until a screen comes up with different options
3.) select safe mode,
Try right clicking there and see what happens,, I,m guessing here this is a result of damages done by a previoulsy removed virus (GUESSING) it is possible that the same one could have been shard by all 3,,
I'd advise you'd uninstall norton and use the new avg free
Let me know what hgappens and we can tgake this a bit further
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
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