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I have installed the Microsoft AntiSpyware, it has removed a lot of adware from my computer, however this is what keeps popping up every time I go to the Internet:

This is [bleep] and adware killer advertising. The [bleep] is getting really ridiculous.

Why is this site so hard to remove from my computer? I've cleaned my disk, I've cleaned the History of my browser and every time I go into my C Drive and delete the [bleep] they pop up on my desktop and once I delete them from there, they are back in my C Drive (Systems 32 folder).

I had a scan of my computer by Spyware Eliminator and it found the following on my registry: LycosSidesearch, Transponder, Transponder.Bolger, VirtualBouncer, what are these?

I am tired of this mess! Any advice?
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