Safe Mode with Networking
D/Led Teamview for my helper friend.
D/Led a VB script to fix EXE association corruption.
D/Led a VB script to fix RegEdit lockout.
D/Led fresh MBAM and got it to run and update.
D/Led fresh Spybot Sn'D got it to run and update.
D/Led fresh HJT.
Did a round of scans to whack the Malware,
Had a friend advise me on cleaning the BHO's and other crap from HJT log.
D/Led fresh CClean ran clean up.
Got computer back into Normal Mode
Did another round of scans to whack the Malware,
D/Led copy of Avast to replace my Crappy McAfee.
Sytem was still a bit buggy.
Then did a Windows XP Home Repair Install.
The system would not start into Normal Mode.
Back to Safe Mode with Networking.
Ran CMD prompt.
Tried to run 'CHKDSK /r' but the DOS system said that the volume was in use but would I like to run it at next reboot Y/N?
I selected YES (bad move?)
Crap now I get a BLEEPING BSOD that cites no error type or associated files, just this:
Stop: 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0xBA210184, 0XBACFED3C, 0xBACFEA38)
So I cannot boot into normal mode now at all. All Safe Mode Flavors hang up on MUP.SYS. Was able to run the recovery console and ran a 'CHKDSK /r' and it said it fixed an error, but still cannot run the operating system. Should I re-try the repair install? Any Ideas?
EDIT: Moved from XP to Am I Infected, please read/follow suggested administrative procedures in the AII forum, thanks ~ Hamluis.
Edited by hamluis, 06 April 2010 - 09:27 AM.