Programs won't open, Windows won't shutdown

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JFSnowboard

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Ok. When I start up my computer, everything's fine. afeter a while, when i go to open a prgogram, like Internet Explorer, an error message pops up. It says "Insuffecient System Resources Exist to comlete the requested service". Then i have to restart my computer to be able to run anything.
When I go to shutdown my computer, and error message reading "MODSCONF.EXE - DLL INITIALIZATION FAILED" pops up. When i press "ok" another pops up reading "FXDXSSVC.EXE - DLL INITIALIZATION FAILED". Then, when i press ok on that one, the MODSCONF one pops up, and the whole thing repeats itself. So i have to hold the power button to shut it down.
Thank you.
 
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well the description seems to remind me of a problem a freind had a while back it was to do with a virus, well it seemd to stop occoring after a spyware and virus scan
 

JFSnowboard

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alright, i'll try scanning with norton...hopefully that will help. i'm not sure if it does spyware, though...Thanks
 
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norton is no good with spyware try a free app such as spybot search and destroy which can be downloaded from the net
 

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ok, i got Spyware Doctor...it's scanning right now, and it says there's 711 infections! Thank you, i hope it helps.
 
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