Ok, the virus had infected all my backed-up files... as well as the cd I had to make with nLite to slipstream my ethernet and sata/raid drivers... I had to install Ubuntu Linux, and erase my drive's boot sector with this command from the terminal:
sudo dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda bs=512 count=1
So that overwrites the boot sector with zeroes, removing the master boot record, boot sector, and partition tables... Making the disc almost factory fresh (so you can make new partitions and install windows on it)
Did that on both of my internal hard-drives as well as my flash/thumb drive...
Had to make sort of like a clean room/quarantine to prepare my slipstreamed windows xp cd...
Downloaded and Installed Sun Microsystems VirtualBox within Ubuntu, installed xp on the virtual machine, installed nLite (and .net 2.0 framework), made my slipstreamed windows installation disc.
Booted from the disc first (before erasing the linux partitions) to see if the sata drive would be detected... Worked good.
Booted up from the Ubuntu Live CD again, did a dd on all the drives yet again, then opened the partition editor (on the live cd) to make new partitions for the drives and my flash drive.
Booted from the new slipstreamed install disc, installed on my sata drive (so it's faster), and here I am... Virus Free after 2 days lol!
And I can't keep any of my old files, sadly... They were all infected. So, I guess I have a fresh start now.
Thanks for listening to my rant, sorry about that
At least there's some documentation for future possible solutions :D
Edited by Axen Zoku, 21 October 2009 - 01:42 AM.