BSoD when accessing PC through Remote Desktop

I have an Windows XP PC in my company that had some viruses.  When I tried to remote desktop onto that machine it would immediately get the BSoD.  I had the computer shipped here and managed to clean up what I could but it still gets the BSoD.  
Everytime I try and access the PC via remote desktop I get a BSoD with the following information:

"STOP: c000021a {Fatal System Error}
The Session Manager system process terminated unexpectedly with a staus of 0xc0000005 (0x7c80fd2d 0x002ef800).
The system has been shut down."

Can anyone assist me with this?

Thanks in advance.
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Try running from the command prompt:

"sfc /scannow"
homerslmpsonAuthor Commented:
Didn't work. I tried what you suggested and it took a while to finish but when it was done I rebooted and it will still blue screen when you try to access it remotely.
Well, this may not be the answer you want to hear... but sometimes it just insn't worth the time to troubleshoot the issue.

Backup. Format. Reinstall. Restore.

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homerslmpsonAuthor Commented:
Yeah that's what I'm probably going to do.
Thanks for your help.
Best of luck.
1.That error is typically due to bad RAM or a bad Windows driver.  Swap the RAM out for ones you know are good.  If you don't have any, try the diagnostic program at, but there's a remote possibility that it will pass the test and still be bad.

To fix corrupt Windows drivers, you can do a repair install: 

2.Try going to hardware device manager, and force to "disable" the integrated graphics controller. It should show up with a "disabled" signal over its icon...its definitely got to be your video card.

two words "printer drivers" normally the problem
wish we could answer all desktop questions with this and get the points. LOL
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