I'd suggest that you run SFC.EXE /SCANNOW from the Run box. If it asks for your installation CD, please have it ready. And then, check with Windows Update immediately afterwards to ensure that all your updates have remained in place.
Next, I'd check your Event Viewer (how-to here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic40108.html)
for errors related to this shutdown.
Then, it's time to check your drivers to see if any of them were corrupted by the spyware. Start with your mobo/chipset drivers, then the video drivers, then any onboard devices, then other "inside the case" devices, then finally any external devices that are plugged in. Since the iPod causes some of these shutdowns you can update it's drivers first if you'd like.
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