I stupidly downloaded from a rather shady website, and shortly after my AVG pops up and shows 4 infections on my computer. "Backdoor Trojans" it says.
I ran a scan with Malwarebytes, and it found 16 infections. I chose to fix the infections, and it said that it couldn't fix all of them. (unfortunately I didn't save the log)
I'm not entirely sure what happened next, because I was up for hours into the early morning trying to figure out the problem, and my memory is rather hazy.
The next thing I can remember clearly is going into Safe Mode and running Malwarebytes. At first it didn't come up with anything, but then I re-installed it and ran a full scan, and I think it found about 4 infections. So I deleted them.
I've downloaded Spybot Search and Destroy, it found something called "Click.GiftLoad HiJackersC" and so I removed it. (But it's back each time I scan.) I used ESET and it found about 6 Java related infections, got rid of those.
And I can't go into Normal Mode for more than 2 minutes, I get BSOD, which I can't even read because it flashes up so fast, and then restarts my computer.
I can get online and run programs in Safe Mode though.
So I know that the BSOD and the virus are linked, and it's not some Realtek issue or something like that.
I've done everything I can think to do.
I'm seriously considering restoring my computer to factory settings. But that is a VERY last resort, and I hope you all can help me with this problem. I'm sorry if I haven't provided enough information, I'm not used to this.
I just finished my Malwarebytes scan, and it has found-
(the first four are in the file category, the last two are Registry Value, and Registry Data.)
I am using Windows Vista.
Edited by GabrielGray, 29 April 2011 - 07:15 PM.