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after removing a virus my laptop when it comes into windows it logs back off

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I am running windows xp. I had the antiviurs 2009 virus or malware. I removed it with malware bytes and super antispyware removal. Now when I go to log into windows it just logs back off.
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can you get into safe mode?
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No it will not go into safe mode.
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are you logging in as the Administrator account or Your own account?
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My own account but has administrator privileges.
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boot from media and restore or repair the OS. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial148.html
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I am doing that right now if it fixes the problem I will be sure to give you credit for the solution
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Your advise was good and accurate although it did not fix the problem it is the same thing I would have done. I just wanted another opinion. I am going to re-image the laptop now.
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