Normal reboot seems to be impaired, such that I needed to use a boot disk (Hiren's Rescue CD) to boot into win7. Attempts to restart the laptop without the boot disk would result in the computer entering startup repair, which wasn't successful. I had this exact problem about a week ago and after dialog with microsoft tech support, running bootmgr from command prompt in safe mode seemed to cure it. No indication of any virus/malware/trojan at that time.
I don't see any evidence of the win7 antispyware 2012 bug, but ESET continues to notify me of the olmark trojan. I also ran a Malwarebyte scan which indicated the olmarik trojan was a false positive. Besides the eset alert, the only other unusual thing I notice at the moment is a frequent port block (47747) by Malwarebyte. Win7 also wants to do an update but I'm holding off on that until the infection is resolved.
What think ye?
Update: Eset site has a program to deal with the olmark trojan. Used that and everything seems OK.
Edited by 70runner, 10 August 2011 - 06:28 PM.