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Help with "Worm.Win32.NetSky virus" and "ensfolr"

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Hello there, I have recently found out a few days ago that my computer was infected with spyware, and possibly much more than that. I am getting fake pop ups on my screen, and even things saying that they have found pornographic material on my computer and much more. when i first sat down to my computer i found that a large red background had taken over my desktop, but i found later it was an online desktop item, so i removed it. I had also found, besides the pop-ups, and fake computer scans, that there were desk top icons being added, and on internet explorer a toolbar had been added, along with something that acts like, one of those things that asks you if its ok to install an active x control. I went through my internet explorer add ons to find the toolbar is from something called "ensfolr" and i get a message saying that there is a virus called worm.win32.netsky on my computer. I have no idea how to get rid of them, i've already tried system restore, but it wont revert back for some reason. I have also tried the smitfraud application but apparently the popups just came back again after a few minutes of relief. I really need some help or guidance here. My operating system is windows xp. thanks in advance for anyone reading this.
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