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used anti-malware for Antivirus XP 2010, now computer wont start

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I ran anti-malware and there were 14 virus's. I chose to show results and clicked remove all. It finished but said it needed to be restarted to remove 'all' of the viruses. I clicked ok and then the computer went to go restart. I waited about 10 minutes and the comp just was at a stand still with a blank screen. I figured the restart wasnt working so i manually hit the power button. Well ever since then, i cannot turn the computer on normally. When i just hit the power button to turn it on and wait, i get the "Gateway" splash screen for my gateway computer but then it never goes to the O.S. login screen and stays at a blank screen. So i tried booting in safe mode. Safe mode got to the point where it loads drivers and stopped at "windows\system32\DRIVERS\isapnp/sys" then it freezes. I then chose to bootup with the option "last known working configuration". This option worked and my computer booted up, however, i get about 40 'Bad Image' warnings i.e. "The application or DLL C:\Windows\System32\app_dl.dll is not a valid windiws image, please check this against your installation diskette". And then also got a couple RunDLL warnings i.e. error loading c:\windows\system32\yuzogovu.dll. the specified module could not be found. After clicking all these warning messages, my computer is then on.

Please help

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