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Your problem is a little hard to say. Have there been any power outtages or has you computer been powered-off rather than the regular shut-down procedure. Windows registry and programs can be thus corrupted.
Also computer viruses can disrupt programs so please run for example Mcafee's free online anti-virus to rule-out a virus problem. http://us.mcafee.com/root/campaign.asp?cid=45694
Even if you have an anti-virus installed, it needs to be running the latest virus definitions.
You could also try in programs accesories system tools to select "system restore" and bring back your computer to a date where you understand the problem was not happening. (Try this one last)
they are spyware detector and I believe these programs can clash, I suggust you goto FREE AVG in google and download their free avg download to sort the spyware & virus side of things, remember that that Vista has built in Spyware protection.