Install date of 2009, no AV installed/enabled, no autoinstall of critical updates enabled but critical updates installed routinely each month since 2009.
Two wireless configuration utilities.
IE 7 installed, severely outdated. I don't understand how this can be, since IE 8 is a critical security update, overcoming the known vulnerabilities of IE 7.
Java version severely outdated.
Indications that ZA is/was installed.
Hard drive health...should never be taken for granted, IMO. I suggest downloading/running the extended test of SeaTools For Windows, http://www.seagate.com/ww/v/index.jsp?locale=en-US&name=seatooldreg&vgnextoid=480bd20cacdec010VgnVCM100000dd04090aRCRD
. Do not run anything other than the long/extended diagnostic, do not use any of the other options presented.
ts3w.exe seems likely to be the product of a torrent download, IMO. If so, then that certainly increases system vulnerability, when viewed with other security anomalies.
DaemonTools has been known to cause system stabiltiy problems for some, IIRC.
I would uninstall Vampire Blue Stacks programs/processes just because I cannot find anything that really asserts the usefulness of either and the possibility exists that the programs may cause conflict.
The fact that you have HJT installed...makes it seem as if you have/had known malware problems...that would not be a surpise to me. If so, we need to know the details so that we can try to help.