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xp pro continually restarts during boot


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#1 buddyclm

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Posted 11 April 2010 - 07:39 PM

I have a computer running Windows XP Pro. When the boot process gets to the Windows splash screen it can barely be seen and then the computer restarts. I have changed power supplies and RAM and no change. I put in the Windows XP Pro cd and did a repair install, as long as the cd is in the drive, Windows will boot fine. but when I take the cd out, it starts resetting itself during boot. It is also the same way if I run chkdsk /r. I have also ran fixmbr and bootfix with no changes. Then when it let me into Windows using the above method, I turned off the restart on error. I reset the computer and got the following BSOD

file xtmqseqs.sys

Page_Fault_In_Nonpaged_area

0x00000050 (0xf6fdcfff, 0x00000001, 0xff285775, 0x00000000)

xtmqseqs.sys - address f7285775 base at f7212000, Datestamp 00000000

Can someone please help me get the computer back up and going?

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Posted 11 April 2010 - 08:16 PM

Not finding that strange file in a Google search is a good enough reason to suspect malware.

Please post a Posted Image in the Am I infected? What do I do? sub-forum with a description of your problem, the steps taken so far, and a link back to this topic (they will want to know why you suspect malware).

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