You're very welcome. I wish I could have been more helpful.
You may delete RSIT, the randomly named GMER file, VEW.exe and JavaRa and it's associated .zip file.
I suggest you try one of these sites and post in the appropriate forum.
Registration is free and so is the help.
What The Tech
The Elder Geek on Windows
Implementing the following suggestions will greatly reduce your chances of malware problems in the future.
It is important to keep Windows and Microsoft programs updated to close vulnerabilities as they are discovered.
I suggest that you occasionally visit Microsoft Update and install all important updates. Please visit Microsoft Update as soon as possible as described below.
Close all windows and temporarily disable your anti-virus (usually through a tray icon)
Use Internet Explorer to visit this site: http://update.microsoft.com/microsoftupdate/v6/default.aspx?ln=en-US
Once the page loads follow instructions to install all critical updates. You may need to repeat this process until fully updated.
Keep installed programs up to date
Most important is keeping your anti-virus software up to date. An out of date anti-virus is not much better than no anti-virus. If your anti-virus is not set to update automatically (preferred), it is imperative that you occasionally update it manually. You usually can accomplish this through a tray icon.
Update Other Vulnerable Software
Malware writers are increasingly targeting vulnerabilities in commonly used applications. There are several online sites which will scan your computer for outdated software. I've listed two below. I recommend occasionally visiting and scanning your computer to detect vulnerable software that should be updated.
Secunia Online Software Inspector
F-Secure Health Check
Best Practices for Email and Downloaded Files.
- Do not read emails from unknown sources.
- Make it a habit to never open email attachments from anyone, including people you know, unless you absolutely have to. If you need to open an attachment, scan it with your anti-virus before you open it.
- Do not use Peer to Peer software to "share" media and software. You will get more than you expected and the "bonus" will not be something you want and will bring you back seeking help.
- Do not use keygens or hacked software. First, it is stealing. Second, it is almost always infected with something. If you cannot afford to buy something, there is likely a free alternative that will be a good substitute. Search around and seek out advice from a trusted forum. Most will be glad to tell you of their favorite free program that performs the job you want done.
Additional Protection Programs
The programs listed below are excellent for improving your computer's security.
WinPatrol by Bill Pytlovany - "WinPatrol is a multi-purpose utility designed to increase performance and protect against unwanted changes." Information on it's many features can be found here
MVPS Hosts file - A replacement HOSTS file that redirects known malicious and ad serving sites to the localhost, thus preventing connection to them.
Note: MVPS Hosts file can sometimes slow down the computer so read the information on the site to mitigate this effect.
I encourage you to check out miekiemoes' article "How to prevent Malware:"
If you have any questions or any remaining malware issues, please let me know.
Otherwise, best of luck and stay safe!