Use a previous restore point. Dat files are not affected by uninstalling, but if you do that, run the Clean Script 2 or 3 times, rebooting each time. Whether that will help I doubt, because it looks like your system is already corrupted.
Thanks a lot for your answer. i don't know how to come back to a previous
restore point...can you explain to me?
or you think i have to uninstall it?
Use system restore. Go to the Start menu, type in 'rest' and you will see System Restore. Choose that, but I'm doubtful it will help.
so what can i do?
Did you try a restore point?
If that did not work, you might well go fo a complete fresh install of OS and programs. Bothersome, time consuming, but the best solution to get rid of corruption,
I find that System Restore Points work perfectly, if I boot in Safe Mode. Sometimes, in regular mode, things do not work perfectly. With Safe Mode, you can choose a previous System Restore Point and use that to "roll-back" to an earlier time - kind of like using the "Way-back Machine."