Just an update on what truly infected my computer. Originally I thought that Zito Tool was the problem, it tried to load itself, and my anti spyware stopped it. The problem came from a virus that resides in the executable file of Zito Tool. The virus is known as Win32Virut. This is an extremely invasive critter that places itself in every single .exe file on your computer. It also infects .scr file(screesavers), saved .htm or .php files(offline webpages).Tis virus can also inhabat webpages without the host imediate knowledge(I'm no expert on webpages, but I'm guessing that it infects the .php and .htm). In researhing this virus, it has variations from A to L, and a few others besides. My particular form was Win32Virut.gen. It's signature executable file is reader_s.exe, which it places in your regestry and several other locations. DO NOT ALLOW YOUR ANTI-VIRUS PROGRAMS TO TRY TO REMOVE THIS VIRUS. Because the virus infects every .exe file on your computer, it infects critical run functions. Your anti-virus progarm will quarentine them and your computer will shut down. On reboot you will not be able to access your desktop, even in safe mode. Your best bet is to backup any valuable files to dvd or cd, do not save any program file or any files that have .exe, .php, .htm, or .scr extensions, they are infected and will reinfect your computer after you reinstall them. Speaking of reinstalls, that is where this whole thing evetually leads, to rid yourself of this baddy requires a full reformatting of your harddrive, and a reinstall of Windows. It can infect all verions of Windows.It looks like all the major anti-virus companies are have a hard time with this one, so be careful out there.