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Windows Vista Freezes At Logon


Info: i have a dell inspiron 530 desktop, and i have had it for almost 3 years now. I have had internet for almost a year now, too. And it's a windows vista home premium

Problem: one day, i clicked on word, and an "error" came up saying something like, "word.exe has been executed because it has a virus. Do you want to block this?" Something very similar to that. Anyway, so since i couldn't open word, i decided to open something else. The exact same "notification" on my toolbar where the "start" is came up again. So that told me that nothing was opening. So i decided to restart the computer. It started up, and it was at the logon screen. So i (tried) to move the mouse pointer onto my logon screen name, but as i did, i noticed that the pointer wasn't moving, but the light on the mouse was going brighter as it always does when i move it. So i tried to use the keyboard arrows to go to my name. That didn't work. Also, the num lock light wasn't on, as it always is. So, the keyboard and mouse was plugged in but the computer wasn't detecting it apparently. The mouse was working, just not on the computer. The keyboard wasn't really working cuz i couldn't press ctl. Alt. Del. For it to do anything. So it literally freezes at the logon screen. Because of that, i can't shut it down properly. So i just switch the light switch to off, which turnes the whole machine, everything, off. I waited for about 10 minutes, then pressed the power button on the cpu. It went to this screen: http://www.Sky-unlimited.com/error/pic3.jpg and since i can't use the keyboard, it just starts windows normally. Now i can press f13 or f2 for startup options and all that, except, i just don't know if that's gonna fix anything. So basically my questions are:

1) do i have a virus? (I don't have antivirus. If i did/do, it was a trial that was already on there)

2) what can i do to fix it?

3) i haven't backed it up, or restored to a previous time. Will i lose information if it gets fixed?

If you have any good information about this, please please let me know by commenting/answering. P. S. I am at a library asking this question since my computer isn't working.


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