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NvCpl removal?

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Ok, so I stumbled across this site that told me how to locate and kill infections while I was working on a different problem. The issue now is that I have DISABLED my Nvidia Display Driver Service, I have disabled all programs under "Startup" in "Selective Startup" in my System Configuration Utility. I have also gone through my Registry Editor going to HEKY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion Run, RunOnce, RunOnceEX, and I manually deleted the unwanted items I found.

However here is my problem:

Nvidia Display Driver Service-DISABLED
programs under "Startup" in "Selective Startup"-DISABLED
HEKY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion Run, RunOnce, RunOnceEX,-manually deleted the unwanted items

So why. . . when I restart my computer does NvCpl automatically re-enable and restart itself? On top of that when I open my system config. utility and it satrts again after I have Disabled it! There then apears a second NvCpl that is not running. I assume the one that automatically starts despite everything I've done is the Virus or Trojan that I'm trying to remove. If anyone can make sense of what I'm saying and help me That would be awesome!
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Follow the instructions at http://www.geekstogo...uide-t2852.html.

Post your logs. Copy and Paste - Do not attach.

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