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You WONT BELIEVE

First i have given up on Roxio and Proxy Manager error.When i have some time i will get Nero, see if its any better.
Now here is the real kicker. My frien drop off a Dell Dimension 1100 with me solve is problem.I cant get on line.I got this error code :0x80070422. So i went into "services.msc and EVERYTHING IS DIABLED except PCTOOL,mcafee,system restore, remote procedure and DCOM SERVER.
Now what guys??? This one i do need your help on.When i right click on a service it allows me to select auto/manual/disable but at service status all options are faded out.

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Sounds brutal.

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Did they tell you anything about their P2P use, warez or such that carries those trojans that inflict such heavy damage?

In these cases I may elect to start over.
Bob

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P2P USE

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Your P2P reference was right on the money. This was confirmed by the owner. Are you also implying that i do a new install of windows??

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Here's the deal.

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The damage can run very deep. You can elect to try a XP REPAIR INSTALL (see google) or my favorite cheap exit of installing a new drive, the OS to same and add the old drive as slave so they can copy their files back.

The symptoms you write about "might" be solved but even I might spend hours fixing item after item... There is no set procedure for such damage and why I suggest the above fast and cheap fix.
Bob

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Point well taken

In reply to: Here's the deal.

The big word is THANKS.

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