I also have a problem with directrdr.com.
Every link that redirects or if I search via google and yahoo and take there a link.
I also scanned with all that was found. Took 3 days.
My solution was the desinfec't 8 tool from german pc magazin c't by www.heise.de
I don't know if it was available for you.
But I think you also can do it without.
My problem was the file atapi.sys
(2010-01-26 14:34:50 localhost.localdomain avscan: AVGU: ALERT AntiVir FUND in Datei "/media/sdb1-System/WINDOWS/system32/drivers/atapi.sys": TR/Patched.Gen ; trojan ; Is the Trojan horse TR/Patched.Gen)
I use win xp.
Short, the desinfect has a version of Knoppicillin.
It was bootable linux cd and load the newest antivirus def's from kaspersky, bitdefender an avira antivirus.
It took about 6 hours for 750gb(500+250) harddisks. Have a lot of pics.
And Avira found that one. My avira free edition running under windows itself, does not found it.
It deleted the atapi.sys and windows could not launch. After I copied that file from my windows cd to my HD, it booted and I do not get that problem since 3 hours testing.
Somewhere in the WWW I remand also someone who told he had the virus in atapi.sys.
Be sure of copying the file from the original windows cd.
If you are not familar with pc work, copy first the file to a usb stick or to a partition(not C) on HD.
Boot a linux cd (ubuntu or something), delete the atapi.sys on you windows directory and copy over the one from your cd.
Perhaps it works. Be sure about your windows system recovery.
I don't know if there were any issues with that old atapi.sys file.
Hope it works for you, and others, too.
(sorry for my bad english, hope all understand)
perhaps this goes easier:http://www.iishacks.com/index.php/2009/11/...alse-positives/
Edited by yupp, 26 January 2010 - 04:06 PM.