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Error when trying to open system control point

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I am having trouble with the "New sytem control point" I clicked on the link, and saved it to a folder on my desk top. I then extracted the zip file, and when I try to run the program I get the following application error.

"The application failed to initialize properly (0xc0000135) Click on OK to terminate the application",

Please let me know what I am doing wrong. I have run the "HiJack this program which initially led me to your website forum, and I am trying to go through the steps as you reccomend before posting my Highjack this log.

I have some kind of spyware, where no website comes up, yet I get this audio message stating i have won some product and to click to receive my prize" I am also now unable to open my yahoo e-mail my desk top icon, and I am not sure if this is related to any spywarer, but I am unable to open attachments in e-mails sent to my yahoo address, even though Yahoo support was able to open the same file.

Please help instruct me in anything I am doing wrong with downloading the syRestore Point, so I can proceed with your instructions to help remove whatever spyware I have. As for Anit-virus programs I currently have Trendmicro as my anti-virus program.
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