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Win2k Norton Anitvirus,Taskmanager, and Regedit no open

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I have a Windows 2000 computer that will not allow me to open Taskmanager,
Norton Antivirus,and Regedit in Normal boot mode.  It had the W32.Welchia.B.Worm
recently removed.
Additonally I ran all the Spyware and Antivirus programs in  Safemode.  I ran the
FixWelchia tool off of the Symantec and removed and deleted all files and backuped
files.  I repair installed Win2k updated to Service Pack 4 and updated all security
updates from Microsoft.  Additionally I have ran Spybot, Ad-aware 6, Stinger,
and Mcaffee programs all in Safemode with updated definitions and deleted the files found.

I am baffled on this one.
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Hey PeteLong,

  That was it!  File name deviates from one at link but no prob to find.

Thanks for you quick response.
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My Pleasure :)

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