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Vundo...and something else I think.

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I have an infection of some kind. I had a Vundo infection earlier this year and I thought that it had been resolved but since then my computer has never really run the same. Recently it really started acting up. I have both explorer and firefox (though I use firefox primarily) and I get redirected to all sorts of add sites. My Norton antivirus says that I have the following in quarantine (just a sample):

Spyware.Isearch command.exe
Trojan.maetjuan jasyki.dll
Trojan Horse DWH8803.tmp
adware.Zenosearch peco85iv.exe
Spyware.ISearch asappsvr.dll
Adware.ZoneSearch A0069340.exe

When I run the virus scan it runs for about 8 minutes (it used to take 1 hour + to do a full scan) and comes up with nothing, despite the obvious infection. Any time that I try to go to a website that has virus search I get directed away from it. I can not connect to the spyware doctor online update or the Kaspersky online scan.

I am really frustrated and I don't know what is going on. Please, please help! I don't know what information is most helpful to post so just let me know and if my computer allows me ;-) I will post it.
I tried to download hijack this to put up a log but I couldn't get to the site.

Any and all help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance, all of you who are helping are great!

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