Hello Porter and welcome to Seven Forums.
Sorry to hear about your computer problems. My first reaction is to restore back to factory specs or, if you want to eliminate all factory bloatware, do a clean install. Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7
The reason I say this is because even if you can repair the damage that's been done in the registry and the rest of the operating system, there's no guarantee that all traces of the malware will be removed, even with numerous anti-malware scans. Having said that, you could try a repair install. This will attempt to fix your currently installed Windows 7 (including the registry) and try to preserve your user accounts, data, programs, system drivers
, etc. If successful, you'd have to reinstall Windows Updates. Then you could run any of several free on-demand anti-malware scanners to see if any malware is still present. You will need the installation disk for your version of Windows 7. If you don't have one, you can obtain a free legal copy from the link in the third warning in the tutorial. You would download the ISO file to your desktop and then burn it to a DVD. Repair Install