I tried to open superantispyware preferences, go to the repairs tab, scrolled down, clicked the "repair broken network connection (winsock)..." clicked "perform repair". Once done restarted and tried the internet. It was still unable to connect.
The instruction at "0x75606eb5" referenced memory at "0x00000008". The memory could not be "read". Click on OK to terminate the program.
So I got nailed with this yesterday. It hijacked my computer, flashing the above message whenever I tried to load a new anti spyware program, or run an update, changed my taskbar to a white, older style, disabled my sound (not bleeps), and finally killed my internet connection. I tried booting into safe mode using F8, but after flashing a bunch of lines on a black screen, it froze and I had to manually power down, I tried this repeatedly.
I managed to install Malwarebytes before the connection was gone by renaming the .exe file, ran it and it found 13 files, I had it remove them and reboot, but on reboot the system froze up and I had to manually shut down and restart with the power button. I tried but couldn't install Super Anti Spyware. I was able to run the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool by renaming the .exe, and after a 2 hour scan it found and removed a trojan, I think it was Trojan:WinNT/Alureon.C.
After removing this and rebooting, the Windows Classic white toolbar was gone, and I was able to install SuperAntiSpyware. After a long scan it only found AdAware tracking cookies. I tried to update Malwarebytes, but it said there was either no internet connection, or my firewall was blocking it. I checked my firewall and it was off, I turned it back on and tried to make Antimalwarebytes and exception, but it wouldn't let me.
So I still can't connect to the internet in order to update Malwarebytes or AntiSuperSpyware or Antivir, which would hopefully knock out the rest of the junk. I'm not sure where to go from here.