Hi guys, Yesterday McAfee suddenly detected the virtumonde.sdn trojan on my computer, amongst other things and my browser was intermittently hijacked, so I downloaded spybot and removed whatever it found in a routine scan (in addition to what McAfee immediately removed following a full scan). There were no more hijacking problems, although the internet seemed to be running a bit slower than usual. I wanted to check if the problem would be resolved on restart, but after initially booting up in normal mode, once McAfee has loaded, it gives an error message and the blue windows error screen came up following boot up: A few different error messages, including: page fault in nonpaged area Instructions to disable BIOS memory options such as caching and shadowing Stop: 0x00000050(0xC0000005, 0xB08CD92D, 0xAD43CFB4, 0x00000000) amongst other similar errors This has happened on each boot in normal mode. I'm thinking it could be a problem within McAfee perhaps? I attempted to boot in safe mode with networking for internet access, but that caused a shutdown too, and I wasn't able to access the internet in any case. A boot in safe mode offered a little more time and I was able to run HijackThis, and SpyBot, but I have no way of getting the HijackThis log from here. I have a Dell Inspiron 6400 notebook (2Ghz processor, 2Gb ram, running XP SP2) and it has overheated a handful of times over the last 2 years, including a few times with this current problem. I also ran the onboard diagnostics utility, which showed no problems with memory etc. I'm unable to carry out the 8 steps, since I have no connectivity in Safe mode, which is the only stable mode at present. I'm suspecting this is still virtumonde, and that it could be McAfee that's infected, but I'm unsure how to fix it, since my comp doesn't boot up sufficiently long enough for a fix in normal mode and I have no way of getting the HijackThis log from safe mode/normal mode. Any help would be appreciated.