found it. These are what look dodgy to me. The file in the windows directory is showing a 0 bytes in size. and they as I see it all relate to that one file. I'm thinking of nuking it with Spybots file shredder.
11:42:26.0906 5168 a27cb212 (53f5c40b8da1266756a47075185a03fe) C:\WINDOWS\313687202:1568886253.exe
11:42:26.0906 5168 Suspicious file (Hidden): C:\WINDOWS\313687202:1568886253.exe. md5: 53f5c40b8da1266756a47075185a03fe
11:42:26.0906 5168 a27cb212 ( HiddenFile.Multi.Generic ) - warning
11:42:26.0906 5168 a27cb212 - detected HiddenFile.Multi.Generic (1)
11:42:38.0484 4272 Detected object count: 1
11:42:38.0484 4272 Actual detected object count: 1
11:43:10.0109 4272 a27cb212 ( HiddenFile.Multi.Generic ) - skipped by user
11:43:10.0109 4272 a27cb212 ( HiddenFile.Multi.Generic ) - User select action: Skip
Now that it is working again it would be easy to backup to a external drive and since it is a Thinkpad I can wipe to like new easy. Did I mention that I like business models. They aren't spiffy looking but they are solid and have better security features. I would never travel with laptop that I can't set a Bios Password as well as a hard drive password and a full backup. Lojack for laptops too. I may be paranoid but I do believe the bad guys are out to get me and my financial information. That is why I have one laptop only used for financial things such as online banking, bill paying, Income tax and sometimes shopping at Newegg or Amazon. No Email or Internet browsing and always up to date Antivirus. Second laptop for playing on internet and Nice Desktop for video work.
So far Knock wood that has worked for me.
Sorry for rambling on.....
Once again thanks
Oh I think I have a handle on it so if you don't want to waste your time, that's fine too. SInce we seem to have strayed into virus removal territory from a BSOD on boot..
Edited by rotor123, 05 October 2011 - 12:14 PM.