It's not easy to get into the System Volume Information folder. And, once you're in, it's very easy to break the restore points.
The virus isn't affecting you from the System Volume Information folder, so I'd suggest leaving it alone for the time being.
Concentrate on ensuring that your system is running well and it virus free. To double check, you can use these free online scans: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/blogs/usas...?showentry=1252
Once it's clean and you're sure that it's running well - then disable System Restore and reboot your computer (this will delete all restore points - and the virus along with it). Then, immediately restart System Restore and make another restore point - just in case.
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