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Hijack.StartMenuInternet, Esp.exe Trojan and others

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Please note this is not a repost I have 2 computers both have viruses/malware etc (You gotta love teenage kids!)

PC was not starting any programs, only causing more cases of a supposedly Windows Security Center to be opened!
Had a number of Blue screens.

Background info - This PC has Windows XP professional with SP3, It is running AVG 9.0 Free Edition
Even though the Malware shows everything is clear its running REALLY slow!!!

After trying for about 1 day finally managed to get it to run Malwarebytes program the 1st log is below.
I have also posted the 2nd log after reboot this looks OK but the reboot did not work I ended up with a blackscreen no windows login. Held the off button in for 5 secs and then got into windows normally so I am not sure if everything was deleted properly.
I have also run the OTL the logs for this are below also

Can someone get back to me and let me know if this is now clean.

Had numerous problems trying to post this topic.
Now attaching the logs as the topic was very long...

Malware Bytes 1st Log report (mbam-log-2011-04-13#1.txt)
Malware Bytes 2nd Log report (mbam-log-2011-04-13#1.txt) After Removal & Reboot
OTL scan (OTL.txt)
OTL - Extras scan log (Extras.txt)

Hope this helps and gets through this time...
Thank for your help.

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