Most recently, my computer restarted on its own, and instantly Windows would not start properly, and went into a loop where Windows attempted to fix the startup problem (though never logging onto Windows), although nothing that Windows suggested worked. Windows finally produced a log that mentioned that the file "C:\CI.dll" was corrupted. After much research, I turned off Windows "digital verification" during startup and Windows finally loaded, then I ran TDSSKiller.exe, and have since not experienced startup problems, though still experiencing redirects.
I have attached logs from DDS. Thanks in advance for you help!
***UPDATE: Windows restarted on its own again, as described above. Fixed using the same process, although this time had several serious pop-ups (fake "Windows virus check" or something along those lines). Opened the task manager, and "qlc.exe" was running, creating the pop-ups. Also, when I ran TDSSKiller.exe this time, the log indicated that "RootKit.win32.TDSS.tdl4" was removed from my system. After completing the above, I could not open any .exe files whatsoever, and had to do a system restore to fix.
Edited by hotchicken, 13 August 2011 - 02:17 PM.