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A semicolon (;) wants to load

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Not sure if this is the right forum. About two weeks ago, each time I boot, a program denoted by the semicolon symbol wants to load but cannot be found. No apparent damage, but irritating. Have looked in all the places I know about: HKLM Run area, Startup, Win.ini, HiJack This Log, etc. and can't find out where the [bleep] thing. The registry has millions of semicolons. Occasionally my two teen age daughters surf on this computer and they are dangerous. I have firewall, virus & spyware protection, but not the best of breed. Attached are the ";" screen shots & HJT Log. Any help would be appreciated.
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Tried twice to attach HJT log, but it doesn't show up on the list. I know I'm getting senile, but what the [bleep] am I doing wrong?

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