Whole desktop is full of errors

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Hi,

I am using Windows XP on my Intel motherboard.

A week ago it was working fine and I faced no issue.

But just two days ago when I turned it on it showed a lot of error messages after log on.

My whole screen is full of these errors.

I am using a good antivirus. I can’t understand the reasons for this error.

Please suggest a solution as I don’t want to reinstall windows.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #86461

Whole desktop is full of errors

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Hey,

It seems like your PC is having a hell of a situation. Your Windows XP Registry might be seriously corrupted and need to be repaired immediately. The main cause for Windows registry corruption is Virus activity. I am doubtful about your good antivirus, because at present the protection offered by free antivirus editions are not effective and less powerful compared to paid versions.

So back up your all necessary documents and stuff, do a full format to the hard disk and re–install a fresh copy of Windows. Soon after installation set up Anti Virus software and scan other partitions for viruses. When surfing the internet turn on your web guard in the Antivirus program and don’t visit to poor, untrusted rated sites.

Shanew.

Answered By 0 points N/A #86462

Whole desktop is full of errors

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You are having a tough time with the viruses that you have.

And also it seems that your good anti virus might not be working anymore when the viruses attacks your system. It might have been expired when the virus came.

If you have an anti virus running it will not be like this.

Solution 1:

You can try to repair your whole operating system without deleting and files. But I'm pretty sure that it will be the solution for long term basis. Because viruses will still stay in your hard disk.

Solution 2:

You will need to back up your file either by doing the first solution then backup, or plug your hard disk to other computer, or using the safe mode. Then you will need to do what you don't want to do and that is reinstall your operating system. In this case there is nothing you can do about it. Its a virus and it will surely destroy your system.

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