You may have to use a different (uninfected) computer to download, and carry the files to the infected computer by way of a USB flash drive or a CD.
Use ATF Cleaner
(temp file cleaner)http://www.atribune.org/index.php?option=c...5&Itemid=25
Instructions on web page.
:"Rkill is a small, freeware and portable tool designed to terminate active malware processes allowing you to use other removal tools. Rkill is made by a Microsoft MVP “Lawrence Abrams” and is available in 4 different extensions. An .EXE, .COM, .SCR and a .PIF file.
The reason why Rkill comes in 4 different versions is because some malware will block .EXE files in an attempt to prevent you from running other malware removal tools, so this gets around that problem."http://www.technibble.com/rkill-repair-tool-of-the-week/
Scan with Malwarebytes'
immediately after running Rkill
.Make sure you UPDATE Malwarebytes' before scanning.Reboot after the Malwarebytes' scan
to ensure removal of infected files.
See the Troubleshoot
section of the following tutorial:How to use Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware to scan and remove malware from your computer
Posted by Grinler on February 16, 2010http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-remo...alware-tutorial
Additional information here: (Section A, #4)http://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?showtopic=10138
Reply back with the Malwarebytes' scan results, for an official staff member to help you with.Copy/paste the ENTIRE CONTENTS of the Malwarebytes' scan results log into your next reply.
Also, please state specifically what, if any, symptoms you are still experiencing.
Just to let you know, I am not authorized to help with logs."only trained members of the following groups: Malware Response Team, Malware Study Hall Senior, Moderators or Administrators are allowed to help people with logs. "