Now that things appear to be working properly there are just a couple of things left to do. First being is to create a new system restore point
just in case a previous restore point was infected. This is easy enough to do.
Go to Start--> All Programs--> Accessories--> System Tools--> Click on System Restore--> Click the radio button next to Create a Restore Point--> click Next
Give the restore point a name and then click on Create. You may want to write down the date and time of this restore point just in case you need to restore to a good point later on.
Next you will want to use the Disk Cleanup to remove all but the most recent restore point. This will keep you from accidentally restoring from an infected restore point later.
Go to Start --> Run and type Cleanmgr in the box --> click OK
Disk Cleanup will scan your files and then you will see it open. Click More Options --> Clean Up (under System Restore) --> click OK. You will see a prompt that says “Are you sure you want to delete all but the most recent restore point” click Yes and then click OK. Once Disk Cleanup is done it will close.