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Problems removing mIRC program

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Our original problem was with the winfix virus back in Oct. & so although that was removed i'm not sure whether the current problems extend from that.
Now we are having various problems, firstly the computer tries to go to a 'checking file system on C:' when opening, we have been cancelling this & it just bypassesit. Since running all the preparation scans & hijack this it still tries it so I let it run & this time it went into continuous stream of 'replacing invalid security id with default security id for file'(got upto10000 before turned off).
When computer opens on start page a program mIRC is trying to get you to go register sending you to the website, this always comes up twice. I have tried to remove this program & it says that'some files could not be removed' & then doesn't let you close down the window.
various other problems include sudden shutdown of computer, not allowing any programs to open & the computer not connecting the printer. Although all these seem to have solved themselves.
We use eset NOD32 antivirus & also Super Ad blocker. Should I now remove the AVG installed for the preparation? (I have uninstalled the Hijack This & Panda programs).

I have attached the Hijack This log, the uninstall log & Super Antispyware scan log.

I hope this is all ok & that you can help me resolve these problems.

Thank you

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