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PC Hijacked Have Samba Server, amd64 installed, Power shell etc

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Hi there, my pc is acting on itss own, I have formatted it several times and the problems keeps coming. For instance I have checked Belarc Advisor and it tells me that I'm running windows 7 workstation and have a Samba Server. I never insstalled none of these programs. In addition when Belarc check for updates it tells me that I have to update amd64 when my pc only has intel hardware.
Also I have Powershell installed which i never did it, microsoft network frame different versions which i never installed,microsoft windows script host version and on and on.
When I run antivirus nothing happens, when I check mi IP several sites tell me IP it's blacklisted.er If I run combofix acces is denied to several entries, If I try to download wireless card adpter pc doesn't let me and intead starts running microsoft virtual WIFI adapter.
I'm really annoyed since there is not expert in my neigborhood able to help me in this issue, all I have as an answer is formatt, but the culprit keep coming.
I noticed that somo of my documents that I keep and load after intalling fresh copy of OS are embedded; could it be the reason of why the PC get infected again?

If someone could give and advice I would really aprecciate it.
Thanks in advance, Pablo
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