At first, my Toshiba had multiple windows come up saying there was a threat (a Trojan), but I did not click anything and tried to use Task Manager to kill it, but the Toshiba was shut down prior to that, presumably by the virus. It then restarted automatically with a ThinkPoint screen. I used Task Manager to kill the program (hotfix.exe) and then started up explorer.exe. I noticed that there were multiple pw.exe's also open. On another, Mac computer, which I'm currently using now, I was trying to find how to go about removing the virus, when another program, System Tool, started to say that files were corrupted. There was also a Win 7 Antispyware 2011 program, CFSwMgr.exe, and csrss.exe. There may be more, but Task Manager gets shut down shortly after explorer.exe is started.
I tried to open Task Manager again and can't. Nor can I open any programs. System Restore was also ineffective.
Using a USB with U3, I tried to download the Malware Bytes installation from a third computer, a Fujitsu. Malware Bytes is not U3 capable (as far as I know), so we tried to simply install it from the USB to the Toshiba, but, of course, it was blocked by one my the multiple viruses. AWESOME.
Edited by SuZQuzie, 11 November 2010 - 11:26 AM.