Beware though, deleting things in the System32 folder can be highly dangerous.
Although you have Spyware Doctor and Norton's AV, you should consider boosting your protection.
You need a firewall.
You need anti-adware, and also another anti-spyware product, perhaps even two more.
ZoneAlarm for the firewall
Ad-Aware SE Personal for anti-adware
Spybot - Search & Destroy, and
Microsoft's AntiSpyware for addtional anti-spyware.
All of these products, (except the firewall), and including the ones you have, need their definitions files kept up to date, and scans done regularly.
I have a windows XP home edition, and to be honest, it is pretty junked up. I have spyware doctor, and norton antivirus, and they work really well together. The only problem is when they cant delete something, i have to go and delete it myself. How do I get to the C:/windows/system32 folder? When I click on the C drive, it isnt there, and I dont think it is hidden.