My working system does not have such a folder. The trojans are troubling. Try what Grif notes at this link:
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Hi all, another newbie with a problem. Unusual, huh? Cntrl alt del is not working on my PC. I'm Running XP pro SP3. The only way I can open task manager is to double click the executable file in C:\windows\system32. kellyskorner 51 didn't work. I ran gpedit, which did not have a system tab under User Configuration>Administrative Templates. I found a fix for that and was able to disable the task manager disable (I love the double negative), but cntrl alt del still doesn't work. (Note: that key combo works fine outside of windows. i.e. after running Hirens) Also, C:\windows\system32\system folder is missing, which makes it impossible to try a fix with regedit. I ran Malwarebytes and Norton Internet Security scans from Safe mode. MWB found nothing but Norton found 3 instances of WS.Trojan.H and quarantined them. Is there anything I can try other than repair or reinstall windows? Thank you in advance.