Well, that's really great news.
I truly hope that the problem doesn't return.
In msconfig -> startup,
keep an eye on the QuickTime QTTASK and RealOne TKBellExe (realsched.exe) entries,
because they have a nasty habit of re-enabling themselves.
The new startuplist looks much better. Try to keep it this way.
There's just one remnant to get rid of relating to Huntbar spyware:
Enumerating Download Program Files:
CODEBASE = http://dst.trafficsyndicate.com/Dnl/T_92/QDow.cab
Go to C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files
Locate and delete this file.
Note, some files in there are obvious to recognise, some aren't.
So you may need to right click them and select "properties"
to properly identify this little critter.
Some extra advice:
Run Spybot Search & Destroy regularly, at least once or twice a week.
Be sure to search for and install all updates before running the scan.
Also go to the "Immunize" section
enable both the Immunizer and Browser Helper features.
Then click on the link in there for more info about SpywareBlaster
(which leads to this
Download & install SpywareBlaster
and follow the instructions.
(check for updates, install updates, click "enable all protection")
Note: Once setup, after you click the "enable all protection" and close SpywareBlaster,
it will then prevent 90%+ spyware/malware from ever being installed again.
Also, you should install & regularly run Adaware6
Adaware will also find one or two adware objects and spyware cookies that Spybot S&D wouldn't normally find.
Note: Both programs find/remove some items that the other one doesn't.
But both programs perfectly compliment each other.
Spyware/malware has become a major threat these days
and the problem is getting worse by the day.
The method laid out above is the best possible freeware solution for 99% spyware prevention/protection.
The combination of a virus/trojan/spyware/adware free system and all the correct hardware drivers & config is what (mostly) contributes to a fully smooth and operational pc. Of course, we cannot account for faulty/damaged hardware.