ESET detected 3 variants of the Win32 trojan, but only removed 2. I have temporarily disabled System Restore to delete all restore points, used Ccleaner to delete all Temperary Files and will reboot to give malware a chance to rewrite itself.
Downloaded and installed ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4 trial. Ran a complete scan. Here is the log...
C:\Program Files\NOS\bin\getPlusPlus_Adobe.exe - probably a variant of Win32/Genetik trojan - cleaned by deleting - quarantined 
C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Program Files\unagiuninst.exe » NSIS - bad archive
Number of scanned objects: 266472
Number of threats found: 1
Number of cleaned objects: 1
Time of completion: 11:29:57 AM Total scanning time: 7716 sec (02:08:36)
 Object has been deleted as it only contained the virus body.
 Object cannot be opened. It may be in use by another application or operating system.
Ran a Custom scan excluding known clean locations to shorten the four hr. scan. Came back clean. I think I may of found the issue logged as  in Notes. Hidden was a program called FolderLockIt. I was able to un-installl this, though it was password protected, which uncovered the folders it was hiding. I deleted all. Further ESET scans come back negative as to infections.I'm fairly sure that this computer is fixed, but given the malware's persistence to remaining active,I have some reservations.
Thank-you both for your help...Garry
Still not completely convinced of disinfection I started poking around some and came across three processes in Task Manager named dl1.exe. Being something I've never seen before I put a search on it and found it to be the executionable to Win32 trojan and its' varibles. I couldn't find the correct syntax to use with CMD, so I stopped the processes in Task Manager then using the Search feature in XP searched for dl1.exe. Three files of the same name were found but in different locations and are as follows...
3. C:\Documents and Settings\rose\Local Settings\Temp
I deleted each one, rebooted and ran a complete scan using ESET. No infections detected and the Task Manager showed no unknown processes.
I am mostly convinced that this computers issue is resolved, though I'll keep just a small doubt to myself due to the adaptability of this type of worm.
Many thanks, as I couldn't of gotten this far and possibly no-where at all without the help...Garry