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Have you scanned your computer for viruses? Try something like McAfee Stingerhttp://www.mcafee.com/us/downloads/free-tools/how-to-use-stinger.aspx which is free and doesn't need to be installed. Also run an anti-virus scan.
Also, you may wish to download and run Malwarebytes free version if you have a virus already, anti-virus software won't do you much good as it is kind of putting the cart after the horse. Malwarebytes will likely remove it before you install your new software. Always update Malwarebytes first and then run a FULL scan.
1, get Real Anti Virus Protection. Norton or McAfee. 2 all is not lost. McAfee offer several solution in what they call Stinger. Norton will scan the computer before it tries to install and will remove your problem files as will McAfee. This is basically a bogus add someone clicked on that allowed it to install and until you get it gone it's going to keep popping those false adds up trying to get you back to the hack site that gave them to you to begin with. Download Stinger from McAfee for free and run it from a floppy or USB drive or Buy Norton and do the install. In fact, you could get the free trial and install that of either of these and they will clean your problem.