Windows XP Error Message

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Every time I log onto my Windows XP Home Edition my computer will start loading like it usually does. Then after a little while a little message will appear on the screen saying
Unhandled Exeption:c0000005
At Address:100016b8
The only thing i do is press ok (only thing to press) and continue on with everything as normal. I've Add/Roved programs my KaZaA which everyone tells me is the problem. After I did that i took some more advice from other support sites and installed Adaware version 5.83 which is ther newest. After running that I removed files and restarted my computer and i logged on and it came up again. I'm asking everyone or anyone to give me more advice on how to destroy this little annoyance. Thank you for your time and plz if you have any information notify me with a reply.
 

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Thank You very much for your help I have DelFin and i'm going to get rid of it as the site says. I'll post another reply once I get rid of DelFin.Once again I thank you for your help.:)
 
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Kazaa is known to install a lot of other spy and advertising bunkum in addition to Promulgate.

You should really also install, update and run Spybot following the directions in the link below. When updating, you should accept all updates except for the Language and PGP tools, which don't usually apply.

http://tomcoyote.com/SPYBOT/
 

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Thank you for your help i have succesfully uninstalled DelFin. After uninstallation i rebooted my computer and the message has vanished. Once again, Thanks.
 
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