Read Grif's reply to another malware post at https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/r-eablink-com-malware/
The link he gives there uses the usual scans and (free) removal tools.
As to mobilemp3 it looks to be yet another YouTube to MP3 which most if not all include spyware, adware or worse.
Let's hear how this turns out after the scans and removals of what these free tools find.
-> But first, as some malware will detonate I take it you know how to keep copies of all you can not lose.
Granddaughter loads a dressup game on my computer and now i'm receiving notifications that "mobilemp3" is running in the background. Brings up some undesirable images. I'm trying to delete this off my computer but not able to get it off. I'm operating on windows 7.