Vista - Windows Explorer repeated crashes / Invisible Notification icons

Hi all

First of all, thank you in advance for reading my problem and for any help that anyone can provide.

My computer has been recently infected with Antimalware Doctor, a fake antivirus program type you want to send money to "fix" everything what he reported. I went to the record of his program and deleted directly. After that, Windows Explorer seems to crash everytime I'm wriggling on the State of Notification bar icons. It would be close all my files, I was working on that. I found a work around that puts each folder in a separate task, so it's a minor relief.

I did a full scan with Norton 360 and returned the next day. Things seem to be fine, until an hour later, the Explorer has crashed again. I noticed that it seems to hang exactly one hour after it starts. Accidents have occurred at 19:59, 59:08 and 09:59, a bit like clock work. Even with no opening of files. I ran the Malwarebyte Anti-Malware and CC Cleaner several times. Each has found and "corrected" several errors, some of the fake antivirus. Explorer will crash an hour later still.

Another symptom that may or may not be related, is that the Notification tray icons are invisible. I can hover over where they should be, get a ToolTip and use them normally, but they are simply not listed.

Here are the details of the problem of my last fall (just before I started this post.)

Signature of the problem:
Problem event name: APPCRASH
Application name: Explorer.EXE
Application version: 6.0.6002.18005
Application timestamp: 49e02a1e
Fault Module name: Explorer.EXE
Fault Module Version: 6.0.6002.18005
Timestamp of Module error: 49e02a1e
Exception code: c0000005
Exception offset: 0000000000026478
The system version: 6.0.6002.2.2.0.768.3
Locale ID: 1033
Additional information 1: dc4f
More information 2: 91d3edf20bd14bd648568f624d5d6a00
3 more information: b1da
Additional information 4: 06b5e8f5f18bcf4bb7c99364e9a2ac55

I just restart explorer.exe after pasting this info, and the status bar icons are still visible. I'll wait to see if the program crashes again.

My system specs are:

Windows Vista Edition Home Premium

Service Pack 2

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

ASUS CG5290

Intel Core i7 CPU 920 @2. 67 GHz 2.67 GHz

9,00 GB of Ram

64-bit operating system

Once again, thank you for any help that can be provided.

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