Your log indicates you have an infected Master Boot Record (MBR)
. To learn more about this infection please refer to:
again by double-clicking on it. Vista
users right-click and select Run As Administrator
- Wait until you see the following line: Enter 'Y' and hit ENTER for more options, or 'N' to exit:
- Enter 'Y' and then press Enter.
- When asked: 'Enter your choice:', select option  (Restore the MBR of a physical disk with a standard boot code) and press the Enter key.
- Now the program will ask: 'Enter the physical disk number to fix (0-99, -1 to cancel)'
- Enter  (for PhysicalDrive0) and press the Enter key.
- The program will show Available MBR codes followed by a list of operating systems as shown below.
Available MBR codes:
[ 0] Default (Windows XP)
[ 1] Windows XP
[ 2] Windows Server 2003
[ 3] Windows Vista
[ 4] Windows 2008
[ 5] Windows 7
Please select the MBR code to write to this drive:
- Please select your version of Windows from the list and enter the corresponding number (For example, type 0 or 1 for XP, type 3 for Vista, type 5 for Windows 7, etc) and then press Enter. Be careful...if the wrong OS is used, it will render the computer unbootable.
- When prompted for confirmation: 'Do you want to fix the MBR code?'. Type the full word Yes (not Y or the fix will not work) and press Enter.
- Left-click on the title bar (where program name and path is written).
- From the menu chose Edit -> Select All.
- Press the Enter key on your keyboard to copy selected text.
- Open Notepad, paste that text into it and save to your desktop as MBRCheck.txt.
- When complete, you should see Done! Press ENTER to exit.... Press Enter on the keyboard.
- Reboot your computer to complete the fix and copy/paste MBRCheck.txt in your next reply.
- If your computer does not restart on its own, please restart it manually.
: While fixing the Master Boot Record (MBR)
is generally safe, there is a small risk
of damaging the operating system so that it will not boot up or the partitions may become corrupted. Further, Vista does not always use the same MBR code as it depends on the type of install that was used. I recommend you have your Windows CD available which will allow recovering the boot code via the Windows Recovery Console
(XP) or Recovery Environment Startup Repair
(Vista, Windows 7) in case of any problems, or install the XP Recovery Console before proceeding with the above fix
. Then if any problems occur, the links below explain how to use and repair the MBR: