Ok, well, I found the solve (Without uninstalling norton I may add.) I decided to think again. It turns out not being able to figure out what was wrong turned out to be, what I love to call, a "user problem." I recently installed iz3d www.iz3d.com
Amazing program, except it appears that it doesn't work well with windows 7 64 bit. So as soon as I realized, "Oh yea, I installed that program" I tried, of course, uninstalling it. I rebooted, and well, nothing has stopped working, and needed to close, except for perhaps my brain for the night (I just wish I got the "Your brain has stopped working, and needed to close" message earlier, perhaps I would have gone to bed and thought about the issue.)
For the record, anyone looking at this thread in the future, the driver injection program was NOT even running. Just the fact the program was installed, not even running, created this issue.
Now if you can excuse me for the night, I think I will allow my brain to stop working, and close. At least I can poke fun at my own mishaps.