I am currently running a Dell Inspiron 1545 laptop with Windows 7. I have not had many problems that I haven't been able to deal with via Malware Bytes and Windows Security Essentials, but this is one of them.
It started about 2-3 days ago. When loading up my computer in normal mode, it seems to go up fine. About a week ago it has been popping up a file it doesn't know how to open; Opening via Notepad simply shows it as a file listing my computer networks, and titled my login name.
About a minute later, whether I close the file, leave it open, or don't even do anything, my computer instantly closes down, showing the generic "blue screen of death" (computer system failure, forcing reboot, dumping physical memory to disk, all that fun stuff.) It then brings me to the failed shutdown screen, allowing me to log into safe mode, wherein everything works fine (I'm currently running it in safe mode + networking). This "failed shutdown" screen also happens when I choose to put my computer into sleep/hibernate mode as well (when I'm able to log in).
Whenever I scan with Malware Bytes (MSE doesn't find anything), it always finds two Trojan.Agents at C:\\Windows\svchost.exe The program number (or whatever you call it) is always different every time I scan (sometimes 1740, sometimes 1360, sometimes higher or lower, it feels random).
For the past 2-3 days this has been happening, but I was usually able to start up my computer in normal mode after running a safemode Malware Bytes scan and then restarting, but today it won't let me into normal mode, no matter what I try.
Any help would be appreciated, Thanks in advance!
*Moderator Edit: Moved topic from Windows 7 to the more appropriate forum. ~ Queen-Evie*
Edited by Queen-Evie, 14 August 2012 - 09:20 PM.