Now that further info has been given by ThorXP the problem has now revealed itself, Limewire. While some people will disagree (most of the security experts here won't though), Limewire isn't a safe practice. P2P sharing programs can be rather malicious and Limewire, in my opinion, is one of the major baddys. My solution to this problem:
Open up your control panel -> Add/Remove Programs -> Limewire -> Remove
Follow up by scanning for malware that may have been contracted while using Limewire using the amazing, Ewido Anti-Malware Program
. This program will be installed in its 14-day trial mode. Once the trial is up, Ewido will automatically convert to its free version which is equally powerful. After uninstalling Limewire and scanning with Ewido, the "Complete" folder's barricade is now shattered and it should be easy to remove.