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Virtumonde followed by blue screen

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Hi, I've had Virtumonde before in December and succesfully got rid of it ( using autorun manager and having someone do it for me through teamviewer :) ) and I booted up yesterday to find I've had it again. However I managed to get rid of it by simply using spyware doctor, while in the middle of scanning I was referred to two tools, FxVmonde and MundoFix. Mundo fix was useless and told me I didn't even have virtumonde even though I saw it on my spyware doctor results; but fXv monde gave me a microsoft c++ error halfway through scanning ( I don't remember exactly what it said). This error then led to a blue screen, anytime I tried to use fxvmonde. Shortly after, I blue screened randomly, tried logging in 9 times in a row and crashing every single time. It has now settled down (It was constantly crashing on specific folders that had to do with Wegame, a recording program, or still crashes when I try to access my All Programs list through the start menu) but still crashes quite often.

So that was the background story, on to the technical stuff.
The error code I get is exactly as follows:
0x00000050 (0xED3D71000,0X0000000,0XVA91D8D6,0X0000001)

According to what I've read it could be a driver problem. The day (yesterday) that these crashes occured I did a windows update ( for malicious software removal tool, which I can't even find on my computer ) and Shortly after updated my 9800 gtX+ drivers thinking that was what was causing the crash. It wasn't. My sound card is a X-Fi extreme audio, which I doubt is what's causing this also.
As far as antivirus's I had pc tools antivirus, spyware doctor, and avg. I did, however, uninstall pc tools antivirus yesterday also as I just no longer used it.

If anyone could help me figure out what's going on, how I can fix it etc.. It would be much appreciated, thanks.

Note: I am pretty bad with software as you can see, but am even worse with hardware so going fiddling around in the case will be iffy for me.

Thanks in advance
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