Originally Posted by gunslinger
If it were my computer I would boot up using hiren's boot CD, and run a few more scans on it with a good antivirus. If that failed I would back up all my stuff and reinstall, then run a virus/malware scan on my stuff before putting it back on the laptop. question: are you 100% sure its a software problem?
I have tried Hiren's Boot CD and for some reason i always get errors when i try to run any application from it. I'm trying to get UBCD4Win but am having problems getting a microsoft copy of XP with SP2. All i have are OEM cd's which it doesn't like.
I'm pretty sure it's a software issue as when explorer does load, everything is fine including my mouse. If it doesn't load, i can press alt, ctrl, del and get into task manager and manually start it. if i do that it loads the desktop just none of the other thinkvantage apps.