Hello, I'm new to BleepingComputer and I'm not exactly sure how this works and whatnot, but I'll try my best.
I think my computer (Windows Vista SP1) was recently infected by the malware virus "Monopod". Originally, the virus opened ad pages in IExplorer and bogged down my comp and attempted to add itself to my startup folder, which I blacklisted with Search and Destroy, so I put it into Safe Mode and ran Malwarebytes' Malware Removal tool and found a couple infected files on the registry, so I removed them. Secondly, when I log back on normally, windows begin popping up of "Windows hosting process (rundll.exe) has stopped working" and they pop up like wildfire - so many that literally every second I'm closing one. I can't leave my computer unattended in normal mode for about four minutes or else it freezes due to the Windows Hosting Process (rundll.exe) problems. Also, no matter how many times I run Malwarebytes', when in normal mode, Search and Destroy alerts me in the corner that "User-Defined Decision: The process Monopod attempted to add itself to Startup but has been blacklisted" which obviously means that the files are still present on my computer. Thanks for the help that anyone gives me, it means a lot considering that all my summerwork is saved on my harddrive. Here is the HijackThis log that I ran whilst in Safe Mode.