I've run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, rkill, SuperAntiSpyware, and Spybot Search and Destroy and they pick up nothing. Hitman is the only thing to pick up two problems (labeled "smss.exe" and "services.exe") in the C:\System Volume Information\Microsoft folder. I've gained access to it by changing view and security settings and tried to manually delete the two files (which are labeled as "File Loaders" and "Black Internet"). It always says 'access is denied,' even when using Unlocker. Any attempt to delete upon reboot using Unlocker hasn't worked.
Hitman finds them, says it's removing them, and then says they will be removed upon reboot. I reboot and either one or both are still there. Any ideas?
Incidentally, when it starts up after rebooting, Spybot picks up that 'an important registry entry has been changed' and asks if I want to allow the change to the entry "BootExecute. Old data: autocheck autochk *\bootdelete. New data: autocheck autochk *\" I've tried both allowing it and denying it, and the trojans are still there.
Thanks for any help!
Edited by akrizel, 21 June 2010 - 02:16 PM.