I recently was infected with the Internet Security 2010 malware bug. After searching various forums, I downloaded Malwarebytes and ran it, which got rid of several instances. However when I rebooted, I found that I could no longer boot into Windows at all, either normally or in Safe Mode. I would see the Win XP splash screen, followed by a quick blue screen, then it would reboot.
I ran a repair of Windows XP through the CD, and now I can get to the Windows login screen, but immediately a window pops up that says something like - "winlogon.exe" instruction at referenced memory could not be written click on OK to terminate or Cancel to Debug. Whichever button I click on, it forces my computer to restart.
I can log into my system through Safe Mode, but I can't boot normally. I know I must have some remnants of the malware on my computer but I don't know how to delete it. I also tried downloading SUPERAntiSpyware Free and installing it in Safe Mode, but when I click on the installation file, I get a pop up saying "The system administrator has set policies to prevent this installation".
What do I do?