Run Rootkit Remover, Stinger and then Malwarebytes Free linked in the last link in my signature below.
If you can do that try rebooting into safe Mode by tapping F8 repeatedly while booting up and then try to start System Restore to go back to before all this started.
See this thread, where someone had the same problem.
The file d3d10_1.dll is related to DirectX
That user had been using CCleaner to do registry changes. Have you used a registry cleaner lately?
This user encountered the error because of a failing hard disk. You should also run chkdsk to see if yours is failing.
Tried to do what you advised, but it didn't work out at all. Nor what Hayton said: I havent used any reg cleaner at all lately.
I know have AVG installed instead of McAfee, because no scanner doesn't feel safe.
The way I see it now, I'll have to reinstall Windows 7 and all the apps again..
I'm not amused
You checked the drive with chkdsk? Including a surface scan?