I can only run my computer in the safe modes, as trying to run it in normal mode results in a blue screen of death. System restore does nothing (I was worried for awhile that the BSODs may not have been directly from the virus). I also used one of the scans in the startup menu to check the hard drive; It reported back a 301 error (full hard drive), and when I checked the D Drive, it said that it was full as well (thought I get the feeling that it shouldn't have been). I was able to delete some things (mainly old games I'd long ago uninstalled, but still had files floating around in the Program Files and Regedit for some reason), so there's nearly two GB of free space on their now (I wonder if part of the reason it's reading as full is due to the virus?), but it still won't fully start in normal mode, and gives me a BSOD.
At this point, I'd just settle for getting my computer running fully in normal mode again.
Edited by eyjana, 09 April 2012 - 11:31 PM.