I have a Windows Vista 32-bit OS (my father's laptop) which has become infected with what I believe is the ever-elusive RECYCLER worm/trojan. I have an IT background, and I did some extensive research on this and I have not been able to find a way to remove the worm; all anti-virus scans that I have run have all come out clean (Bitdefender, MBAM, Windows Live OneCare, AVG, and the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool). The tool came out clean, which leads me to believe that, despite its similarities to Conficker, this beast is not the Conficker worm. It propogates itself by copying the RECYCLER folder to the root of all Removable Media that is inserted into the computer infected. My USB drives were infected with this, and I believe that this is how my father's laptop contracted it. The RECYCLER folder is on the root of C:\ and it runs a few processes, and registry keys. The RECYCLER folder also houses folders/files which have names that are or are similar to S-1-5-21-1494076511-3436681878-1190939068-500 (on my father's Vista, the folder is titled $Recycle.Bin but has nearly the same files inside as the other infected USB drives and my personal desktop, Windows XP). Is my father's laptop truly infected, or does it just seem so since my home computer and USB drives are? If so, what steps should I take to eradicate this? I have attached a HJT log.