This all began one day when Microsoft Security Essentials Detected a threat. Some sort of Alureon virus, so I jsut did the normal procedure with that and tried to remove it but my computer just started freaking out with error messages nonstop. I rebooted and went into safe mode and this virus had hidden all my documents and programs. I didnt feel like dealing with this virus so I just did a system recovery (Thinkvantage on lenovo system). The problem seemed to go away until I used google, this is where I discovered the google redirect problem. I also have other problems, such as not being able to eject USB devices, and sound clips through my speakers. These sound clips stop as soon as I end the iexplorer.exe process in task manager.
I tried full scans with Security Essentials but it found nothing. I tried malwarebytes but it only found cookies, which I removed. I tried Spybot S&D which found some adware, mostly cookies again. When I scan with each of these again they pretty much come up with the same results. I also tried tdsskiller after reading this could be a rootkit, but my system would not allow it to open. Now I am here...
I have tried to run DDS and GMER but neither of them would work properly. Additional information below.
When DDS runs, pound keys run across the command window until a certain point where it stops. After about 3 minutes of run time my computer freezes and I cannot access anything until I reboot. I have left it frozen just to check if it would start up again but it did not. I was not able to obtain logs for this program.
When double clicking to run GMER I get this error message before it opens...
"LoadDriver("C:\DOCUME~1\DAN~1.DAN\LOCALS~1\Temp\pgeyqkob.sys") error 0xC000010E: Cannot create a stable subkey under a volatile parent key."
After opening, it does some initializing and then has all of the settings' boxes grayed out exept for Services, Registry, Files, C:\, and ADS.
Runs and only ends up with two lines of results. I have attached those results as instructed.
Thank you in advance for your help, and I appreciate the time and effort from you guys!
Edited by dclarke2191, 30 November 2011 - 12:30 PM.