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FilterPipelinePrint trojan? - Can't Delete

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We live in the country and have a download maximum per day. I have never had trouble with this, until I was checking email, and suddenly it looked like someone was attacking me with pop ups and my anti virus was suddenly blocking things like crazy. I panicked and turned off the computer. :) Now it seems my computer is downloading and uploading something without my permission, because my daily allowance goes quickly.

DefenderPro and Lavasoft Adaware don't seem to find anything suspicious on my computer. But I started looking through my C drive to see what I could find, and in my top level C drive is a folder named 5985b0826849845f5ab3 which contains two folders, amd64 and i386. It seemed strange to me that they would be there. Inside are a bunch of .dll and other files with filterpipelineprint in the names. I have researched and it looks like it can be a common trojan.

I tried deleting it (access denied), tried deleting them from the command line (it says they are deleted, but they don't go anywhere). Tried moveonboot, no luck. Tried file assassin - which says they have been successfully unlocked but can't be deleted. Everything says access denied. Of course they are marked read-only, and I can't seem to change that. And that is the extent of my deleting knowledge - I'm stuck.

OTL files are attached.
Thank you so much!
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