Onto the problem, here is my story:
A couple of weeks ago my laptop's hard drive broke (due to a friend dropping the laptop) and I had it replaced. I didn't have all of my files transferred over, and the computer repair shop I took it to only moved over my windows core files, so I essentially lost all of my personal documents. So with windows fresh on my computer, I started using it normally and re-downloading my old programs. I stumbled upon a fake anti-virus program winibluesoft, and accidentally downloaded that. I attempted to remove the problem myself by deleting the countless number of files in my windows32 folder and cleaning registry problems (I looked up a how-to online (I believe it was this site: http://www.removeonline.com/remove-winiblu...l-instructions/ ) and the problem seemed to be fixed since I had no more pop-ups. Now, a week later, my computer seems to be acting up again, and explorer.exe malfunctions every time i start windows. As windows gets to the welcome screen, i get an error: " explorer.exe bad image: globalroot\systemroot\system32\ovfsthcexqbbkklmnenursahbqeicybovqbgq.dll "
System: Windows Vista 32bit
I can manage to access some programs and get internet on my laptop every now and then, but for the most part my computer just freezes up and I have to reboot it. I have tried running malwarebytes, and it has found some entries, but the problem still exists. If you need more information regarding my issue in order to help, please specify with a reply and I will fulfill your requests as soon as I can.
Thanks again for the help,
P.S. the attachment is a picture of the error i receive when i start windows
Edited by Luckysam28, 03 May 2009 - 01:28 PM.