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Hello again. Well, I'm still working on getting the malware/virus/whatever out of my system. According to Avast, many of my System32 files are infected. Right now I'm running XPSP1. The disk I have is previous to SP1. If I want to replace the bad files, would sfc /scannow help, or should I go right to repair install?
Thanks to both of you. So far, I have updated Avast, SuperAntiSpyware and Malwarebytes, and run MBM. I will run the other two to get all of the bad stuff quarantined. As angry as I get at MS sometimes, I'm glad they came up with sfc, dllcache, and the i386 folder!