I think your safest way to proceed is to download the latest version of 'HijackThis' (v1.99) from here: http://www.pcw.co.uk/vnunet/downloads/2129060/hijackthis
You'll receive it as a zip-file, extract it's contents (one file called 'hijackthis.exe') and put it in a new folder on it's own - call the new folder HJT or something like that. No need to install HijackThis, just double-click the 'hijackthis.exe' file inside the folder you made for it.
A box will open - click the first option - "Do A Scan And Save A Logfile". The logfile will list absolutely everything - both good and bad - that's running on your PC. Post the log-file on the Security section of the forums - 'HijackThis Logs and Analysis'. Don't attempt to fix things yourself with HJT, as I said, it detects everything both good and bad - and you might remove a critical system file. Someone on the forum will read your log file and give you advice.
Edited by pip22, 03 July 2005 - 02:00 PM.