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Help for Windows XP Pro x64


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#1 ultrapeaceful

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 07:50 PM

I've tried several malware help forums but I haven't found one (yet) that can help me with my OS. I have Windows XP Pro 64-bit, Service pack 2, build 3790.
Any ideas?
System info:AWC System Information Report


Organization
Operating System
OS Name Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional x64 Edition
OS Version 5.2.3790
ServicePack 2.0
Product ID 76588-OEM-5100636-53425
System Uptime 7/15/2009 5:06:27 PM
Internet Explorer Version 7.0.5730.13
Microsoft DirectX Version 9.0c (4.09.00.0904)
OpenGL Version 5.2.3790.3959 (srv03_sp2_rtm.070216-1710)
Free Physical Memory 1753 MB
Free Page File 1613 MB
Free Virtual Memory 4163 MB
Registry
Maximum Size 2048MB
Current Size 9MB
Status OK
Center Processor
CPU Name Intel® Core™2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz
Code Name Model 15, Stepping 11
Manufacturer GenuineIntel
Current Clock Speed 2400Mhz
Max Clock Speed 2400Mhz
Voltage 1.7V
External Clock 66Mhz
Serial Number BFEBFBFF000006FB
CPU ID EM64T Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 11
Socket Designation Socket 775
Internal Cache 32KB
External Cache 4096KB
Motherboard
Model XFX Nforce 680i LT
Manufacturer XFX
Serial Number 1
BIOS Name Default System BIOS
BIOS Vendor Phoenix Technologies, LTD
SMBIOS Version 6.00 PG
BIOS Date 3/2/2007
BIOS Features
ISA is supported Yes
PCI is supported Yes
Plug and Play is supported Yes
APM is supported Yes
BIOS is Upgradable (Flash) Yes
BIOS shadowing is allowed Yes
Boot from CD is supported Yes
Selectable Boot is supported Yes
BIOS ROM is socketed Yes
EDD (Enhanced Disk Drive) Specification is supported Yes
Int 13h - 5.25 / 360 KB Floppy Services are supported Yes
Int 13h - 5.25 /1.2MB Floppy Services are supported Yes
Int 13h - 3.5 / 720 KB Floppy Services are supported Yes
Int 13h - 3.5 / 2.88 MB Floppy Services are supported Yes
Int 5h, Print Screen Service is supported Yes
Int 9h, 8042 Keyboard services are supported Yes
Int 14h, Serial Services are supported Yes
Int 17h, printer services are supported Yes
Int 10h, CGA/Mono Video Services are supported Yes
ACPI supported Yes
USB Legacy is supported Yes
LS-120 boot is supported Yes
ATAPI ZIP Drive boot is supported Yes
Memory Resource
Total Memory 4094 MB
Used Memory 2341 MB
Free Memory 1753 MB
Memory Usage 57%
Physical Memory
Memory Bank Bank0/1
Description Physical Memory 0
Device Location A0
Capacity 1024 MB
Speed 800Mhz
Manufacturer NULL
Data Width 128bit
Memory Type DRAM
Form Factor DIMM
Physical Memory
Memory Bank Bank2/3
Description Physical Memory 1
Device Location A1
Capacity 1024 MB
Speed 800Mhz
Manufacturer NULL
Data Width 128bit
Memory Type DRAM
Form Factor DIMM
Physical Memory
Memory Bank Bank4/5
Description Physical Memory 2
Device Location A2
Capacity 1024 MB
Speed 800Mhz
Manufacturer NULL
Data Width 128bit
Memory Type DRAM
Form Factor DIMM
Physical Memory
Memory Bank Bank6/7
Description Physical Memory 3
Device Location A3
Capacity 1024 MB
Speed 800Mhz
Manufacturer NULL
Data Width 128bit
Memory Type DRAM
Form Factor DIMM

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#2 techextreme

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 07:54 PM

I'm sure if you post what problems you are having, the people on this site can either help you or have more than enough spots to point you to.

My money is on you getting your help here :thumbsup:
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Posted 16 July 2009 - 09:28 PM

one weird thing is i can't start up in safe mode. i think i'm gonna break f8. i built this about 2 years ago & i don't know if i ever tried safe mode, but know it makes me nervous that i can't.
other than that, it's pretty much ok.

my AV program forum asked me to list all the security stuff. maybe there is some conflict?

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Posted 16 July 2009 - 09:42 PM

You might want to try this topic http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/...al61.html#winxo and try "Using the System Configuration Tool Method:"

This may allow you to start the system in Safe Mode.

Just out of curiosity... Why are you wanting to start in safe mode if the computer is operating properly?
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