Hi Kewlchick, sorry for the delay getting back to you.
From the list you gave, here is what I know.
dumprep 0 -u : %Systemroot%\system32\dumprep 0 -u
This is a Windows reporting tool for reporting errors. It seems that sometimes once this has been started, (perhaps by a system error somewhere), it sets itself to run at startup. If you are now no longer having problems you can disable this by right clicking the My Computer icon and select Properties. Then goto the Advanced tab and under "Startup and Recovery", click the Settings button.
In th next window, if there is a tick in "Automatically restart" under System failure, take the tick out. (Otherwise every time the system encounters a problem it will restart, and you will find it difficult to see what went wrong and where).
Then, under "Write debugging information", select "None" from the pull down list. This should stop the debugger from starting at startup.
If the entry remains in your MSCONFIG Startup list, don't worry, just make sure there is no tick against it.
GStartup : C:\ProgramFiles\CommonFiles\GMT\GMT.exe\startup
Hmmm, looks like you still have some remnants of adware in your system here. This looks like GAIN/Gator adware. Both "GStartup" and "GMT.Exe" point to GAIN/Gator adware. I am surprised that Ewido did not find it, but you did right to disable it in MSCONFIG/Startup tab.
if I were you I would download, install, and update, (definitions), for either "Lavasoft's Adaware SE Personal", or "Spybot Search & Destroy". They should both be able to remove this. They are both free, and although I have both, I no longer use Lavasoft's utility.
This is my favorite item to hate. It is Real Player, and I dislike it intensely. Not only does it try to take over all of your music and video file associations, so that whenever you play a track or a CD or a video it only plays in Real Player, but it also sets so many checks and updates and other things to run at startup or other times that it is continuously, (it seems to me), doing something or other.
The trouble is, some web sites need it, (eg I watch the BBC news on Real Player), so it is sometimes difficult to get along without it.
You're right to disable it from startup, (in my view). If you need it, then WIndows will call it up. If you really don't want it, then goto Control Panel > Add/Remove programs, and remove anything for Real Player.
Difficult one this. It is most definitely adware/spyware, in my view. But it is quite benign. It is Wild Tangent software and is needed by some software to run games. For example if you visited Shockwave.com to try and play their shockwave/flash games, they would try and install Wild Tangent software, and the game needs it to play.
I don't like this at all. I don't like the fact that I have to download and install someone elses software to play some Flash games. However, other people have done so and don't mind, and they say that it causes them no problems.
In my view it is good that you have disabled both of these at Startup. Wild Tangent may have an entry in the Add/.Remove Programs, (in your Control Panel). If not, Spybot may remove it. This means you may lose the ability to play some online games.
I hope this helps.