Right, I was just surfing the internets when I realized that my internet seemed a little slower than normal. I decided to run my spyware program XoftSpyXE and it found a bunch of trojans called the "Reno BAT Trojan". I clicked remove to get rid of them and it said they were all removed except for WLCtrl.dll and I needed to restart to remove it. So I did. And that's when the bleep hit the fan. After I restarted the computrer I logged in and a little command window appeared in the upper left corner of the screen with the description of "userinit.exe" After it disappears none of my icons, start menu or anything loads. However I could still run programs by using "New Task > Run". I looked up some stuff and decided to run SDFix to try and remove it. I rebooted in Safe mode and ran SDFix but halfway through it said "FRONTND: Line 1 is too long" and kept looping that. After that I tried to restart in Safe Mode again and retry but now I couldn't even open anything with New Task. I restarted in regular mode to see if that would work and surprisingly my Star Menu and icons loaded up but I can't open most of them. If I try to open Firefox or run iTunes a little command box flickers in the corner. I can't tell what it says since it flashes and closes so fast. I only got Firefox open by accident since I search for a file in the Control Panel and it opened up Firefox. I can't open System Restore or run any of my ani-virus programs. If I try to delete or replace WLCtlr32.dll it says it's in use or write-protected.
Any help with this is appreciated.
UPDATE: I tried rebooting in Safe Mode again and I was able to delete the WLCtlr.dll file. However, upon restarting my computer I saw the little "userinit.exe" window again and this anotehr one that says "Personalized settings". I still can't open up any programs either in Safe Mode or Regular.
Edited by Saruto, 26 April 2008 - 08:03 PM.