First, you reenable Windows Firewall. Whoever advised you do that is nothing but pure stupid!
As you can see, I don't mince words.
Now forget using all of the spyware detection stuff, all of those other wonder programsl.
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Install and use MSE (Microsoft Security Essentials) The link in in my sig.
This is the one and the only AV that I use, install and recommend. My system is virus and malware free.
Most important though is that we make sure that you have a clean system which certainly your present measures are not adequate to keep you uninfected.
After the clean system,, then we will go at getting your system to run smoother.
After carrying out the following, then attach the log(s) mentioned to your next post. PUT SYSTEM SWEEPER ON A USB STICK System Sweeper
, allows you to start an infected PC and perform an offline scan to identify and remove viruses, rootkits and other advanced malware. System Sweeper is a free standalone, bootable malware and virus remover from Microsoft.
NOTE: A fine tutorial on the System Sweeper is: How to use the Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper
Download System Sweeper
(about 576 kB): https://connect.microsoft.com/systemsweeper
Insert 256 MB or larger USB stick into a usb port.
Run the downloaded program--mssstool64.exe
Choose the option to install to USB.
Caution: The install program will format the usb stick.
The install program will download about 200 mB more.
After the install is finished, leave the stick in the usb slot
the program you downloaded once again
This 2nd run, and any subsequent runs, will download the very latest anti-virus definitions (about 60 mB).
To keep System Sweeper up-to-date, simply reinsert the usb stick and run the installation program, mssstool64.exe
The initial, full scan
by System Sweeper can easily take several hours, but subsequent quick scans will be shorter.
Remember, your computer is being very thoroughly checked for all types of malware.
The results of System Sweeper will be in: \Windows\Standalone System Sweeper\Support
as one or more files with a LOG extension which can be viewed with Notepad.