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win32 net sky lime green desktop

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i am running windows xp. yesterday when it booted up it gave a win32net sky worm warning and then the desktop went lime green and said i must perform a full system spyware scan. i am sure that i got this from a torrent website that popped up and warned me that my computer was infected. i knew it waas fake so i hit the x button but then a while later the lime green desktop with the warning. now i notice a red circle witha an x in the lower right corner now also. fort a while i couldnt do system restore of task manager. i ran avira, ad aware, and spyware blocker. the spyware software allowed me to get the destop and task manager back untill i log out. when im connected to the web, a lot of pop ups take over randomly. i read a million things on your site about hiw to fux my problem. i tried to use something calle smitfraud but that didnt do anything i think. theres so many thing wrong i think i am just making everything worse. today i have followed the cleaning guide up to when i download mbam but it will never run. i renamed the .exe file but it always says the file cant be found and i never see it show up in the program folder. ive tried step 3 Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 5 or 6 times but i cant get it to run the program?
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