(or so I thought), Malwarebytes told me to reboot and I did, now I get a different virus. In task manager it copys the file names so "taskmgr.exe" becomes "taskmgr .exe" and it loads like 10 svchost.exe. If I try to end one of them, I get the 60 seconds until shut down message. I ended it with shutdown -a and tryed malwarebytes again and got around 20. Then restarted.
Now I get a message that says "Windows File Protection- Files that are required for Windows to run properly have been replaced by unrecongnized versions. Insert your windows XP pro service pack 2 now". (I don't have the cds.) And still I'm getting the Taskmgr .exe stuff, but the 60 second count down stopped. Scaned and I'm still getting around 14-20 objects infected.
I try to System Restore and I get "System restore has been turned off by group policy. To trun on System Restore, contact your domain Administrator."
It says that Turn off System Restore is set to Not Configured on Group Policy editor though.
BTW it says I'm getting stuff like:
It seems that the only one I'm still getting is "Trojan.vundo.H".
Edited by Orange Blossom, 11 February 2013 - 05:31 AM.
Deactivate link. ~ OB