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trojans, iexplorer.exe bad image error, vertrumonde, zlob, windows 32

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Can someone help me? My complete computor seems infected, I have limited knowledge of what to do. I have HJT, Spy bot, avg 8.5
My yahoo messneger start messing up, now i delete it and it will not reinstall, also when ii GO TO Unintall programs, yahoo installer, and one other yahoo will not delete.I receive a email from a bank of america, fake email, it been getting worse, iexplorer exer and all other type errors,
I ran a confecker scan it show I don't have it .

I know thereis all types of keyloggers, and casinos on my pc, here so many things on it I dont have a clue where to start. At one pont i tried todo a repair and something popped up saying somene was logged on my computor as I was using it. I've read some post and tried some of those things, But It dont seem to help.
Where do I start, avg finds stuff but doesn't remove them. Spy bot shows them as it scans but doesnt remove them, also my task manager does not show the heading on it any more.

I see it show such things dailer_xx, smittfraud,vertualmonde THE LIST IS TOO LONG TO TYPE OF STUFF SPYBOT SCANS BUT DOES NOT REMOVE, ALL MY SCANS TAKES FOREVER TO DO. i have rean adawae, and malwarbytes, they do not remove all the trash either.
please help, I'm new to this form, from what I see it a great place.
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