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It's probably XP's loader, I've seen it do that sometimes. If it's a long white progress bar that scrolls from left to right then it's the same thing you'd see if you woke the computer from Hibernation. I'm not sure why, but XP starts loading that way sometimes when booting up. I've never seen it cause any problems though :P .

edit: Here's a picture of what I'm referring to looks like: http://teamtutorials.com/wp-content/upload...and-vista-1.jpg

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Ok. Thanks.

Now another thing. This just started today when I got on the computer, after I log in to my account and all my things are loading, it takes a really long time to load. I get to the desktop quick enough but it takes really long to load and can't click on the task bar icons or task bar at all, can't click on the desktop icons either since it dosen't do anything. The widget that's part of the ACER system doesn't come up at all, I would just restart the computer after waiting some 20 min. Ran a MBAM and it came back clean, updated some other of my things, only after I had unplugged my ethernet cable and restarted would it actually finish loading my things and here I am.

Not sure what's going on, might be COMODO? It's given me some problems a few times that quickly got resolved.

I think I might run a HJT just in case.

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Well if you do think it is Malware related please follow the directions below. Thanks.

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Ok, managed to start up normally today. Did a lot of AV scans and everything came back clean. Before shutting down yesterday, I made a few changes to my Comodo firewall and some other things.

I was wondering about this as well. I used to have about 60 processes running when I would check my task manager and now I get only get about 55 or less. Is that normal?

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