I managed to defeat the little buggar! been trying for 2 days.
Copied this from another thread and added more detail on what to do:
Started in Normal mode (safemode did not boot for me). Once I got the dialog box speaking of "boot disk failure" (don't click on it) I just opened utility manager with windows+U (press the windows icon on your keyboard, usually next to the alt button down by spacebar, plus the letter "u"), then clicked the help button on the utility manager, when the help index came up I clicked options and internet options. From there I clicked settings under browsing history, then clicked view files. I was then given an explorer menu and subsequently explorer finished booting.
I did exactly what is typed above. It at least allowed me to get past the nasty "boot disk failure" and my desktop icons loaded up like normal. My computer was still infected, but I was at least able to recover my files and save them on a jump drive. I would have been satisfied if this was as far as I got....
Then, I did this:
My Computer -> C: drive, documents and settings, all users, application data - delete all files that were created on the day of virus (suspicious .exe's that share the same look as windowssafemode icon
- restart the whole process except now go back into application data and delete the .dll file that was also created on the same day and could not be deleted previously (in my case it began with a caps N). I had to shut down and restart in normal mode in order to delete this final .dll file.
Than I ran Malwarebytes. Malwarebytes caught the virus and deleted it. I did not need rkill as this virus was not preventing me from running malwarebytes. But I ran rkill anyway.
All is well.
Edited by Flows, 08 March 2011 - 05:43 PM.