Icaros Unhandled Exception - how can I fix?

When I open my Downloads folder, I get a pop-up message: "Icaros Unhandled Exception." How do I fix this? It started when I went to an, er, adult site to download a movie file. Now when I go to the folder where the file is located (the Downloads folder), I get the Icaros Unhandled Exception message. I can't even delete the file, due to the "Icaros" message and the fact that Windows Explorer ultimately restarts when I open that folder. ALL other folders on my PC are accessible and do not have this problem. I have Windows 7, 64 bit. Any assistance would be appreciated (and I will obviously me more careful on which sites I visit!!!).

Embarrassingly yours,
PC User
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
uninstall icaros or go to a system restore point before the problem started

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