NTVDM CPU error with XP Pro Corp

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exelent650

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Today I went on a site and my internet browser froze up, all of a sudden a bunch of MS-DOS errors started popping up, probably like 6 of them at once, I then tried to use Task Manager to terminate everything and it says that the administrator of this computer has disabled it!
So I just restarted the computer...
(Task manager worked fine before this incident by the way, but I fixed that, on a site I found something to type into 'Run' to get task manager back..)
After I restarted the computer like 6 of those same MS-DOS errors came up again.. I closed them all but now once every 10 minutes or so you can see MS-DOS flash on for a second then automatically close..
After this happend, you know, the MS-DOS popping up 6 times by itself and Task Manager being disabled without me doing it after the incident of the internet browser freezing I did a virus scan with AVG and spyware scan with ADAWARE and it still does it.

Here is what the error box says when the MS-DOS opens by itself.

C:\WINDOWS\system32\DL5EB7~1.EXE
The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction
CS:0540 IP:0115fe 3d 16 b4 84 Choose 'Close' to terminate the application.

So I tried typing DL5EB7~1.EXE into google.com and got nothing, also tried searching it in my system32 folder and didn't seem to find anything.

Do you think this is some sort of attack on my pc and how do I fix this?

Thanks.

BTW:

I am using Windows XP Pro Corp
IBM Thinkpad T42 1.8Ghz (Pentium M) and 512MB MEM
 

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