I had also tried to uninstall and reinstall my Mcfee anti virus system (which wasn't picking up anything after repeated scans...) but that only seemed to make things worse I did manage to put Windows default firewall back up in normal mode dispite the freezing screen.
As I was doing all of this I was referred to the antimalware program FDfix through Pacman's process checking site (I am at my college library and forgot to bring the actually info today...) and so after the above procedures failed I had tried to use FDfix in safe mode as instructed by the site.
However, when I had rebooted my system for the final FD check my PC crashed and I had to boot up in safe mode which works fine.
I have attached the two RSIT logs as your preparation guide states any help as to what I should do is greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your time,