When you see those two options, I think you've already missed the Safe Mode option. The recovery console is something else entirely, and I don't know how to handle that. If you haven't seen that option there before, it is there now because ComboFix installed it when you ran the program.
So, first let's see if you can get into Safe Mode.
First, locate the F8 key on the keyboard so you know where it is. You should find it in the top rank above the number keys a bit right of center. Got it?
Now, restart the computer. Wait for it to shut down. Be poised with your finger on that F8 key. As soon as you see any Company logo's etc. that you would see on starting up (I see a big DELL logo on mine), start hitting the F8 key. If you time it right, you should see a list of options.
It should look like this:
If you don't see that screen, restart and try again. Timing is critical.
Use the arrow keys (the Up arrow key specifically) to the bottom left of the number pad to move the grayish bar you see in the screen up to Safe Mode
Hit the Enter
You should then see a list of things scrolling by. A pause, then a black screen with Safe Mode in 4 corners, another pause, then finally the user selection screen. If you get an OS choice screen in this process, pick this one: Windows XP Media Center Edition The user selection screen will look a lot larger than you usually see it. Choose your usual user account and log in if you usually log in.
It will then go to your desktop, buticons will be much larger and you won't see as much of the desktop.
Let me know if this works.