Apparently we need to back up and cover a few things before moving on, as this form of help may not be suited to you:
I suppose if this were easy, it'd be done.
That much is correct. Malware removal can sometimes be a lengthy and tedious process.
Just as a review, I have run ComboFix twice already and posted the logs.
SystemLook.exe will not open.
Despite how you may feel, I am paying close attention to your replies and am acutely aware that you have run ComboFix twice and were unable to run SystemLook. If I need a review, I will scroll up.
There must be another method of identifying corrupted files, a similar tool to SystemLook perhaps.
Also, I would assume that Bleeping Computers has encountered bankerfox.a (if that IS what this pc was inflected with) on an XP OS and determined a successful methodology of quarantine and clean-up, maybe even before SP3 was available. So, if updating to SP3 is not an available option at this point are there other tools to use?
I have already identified the corrupted files as well as your primary remaining infection several posts ago, thank you. bankerfox.a was the least of your troubles. There are various removal techniques for your remaining infection and I am in the process of trying to move through them with you.
I guess the obvious question in this particular battle is: What is it that a third run of ComboFix is hoping to discover that wasn't previously posted?
ComboFix is not just a scanner that I am running repeatedly expecting a different result each time. It is a very powerful, multifaceted tool that myself and the other volunteers here receive extensive training on. We will not discuss the how's and why's of ComboFix, or any of the specialized tools we use, as malware authors monitor these forums attempting to harvest such information.
While I understand your frustration, I do not appreciate your condescending attitude. You connected a PC to the internet running an out of date, unsupported operating system along with having other vulnerable, out of date applications on board. This made you more susceptible to infection and indeed you picked up more than one. Requesting help in this format (internet forum) is a bit of a leap of faith and understandably isn't for everyone. You may be better off taking your PC to a qualified local repair shop, where as a paying customer you can be as demanding an condescending as you wish. Please decide how you wish to proceed and let me know.