I have been struggling with one of the latest FBI virus which disable all 3 safe mode booting options. I have then tried booting by using a number of phony boot disk solutions (bitdefender, Avg, Kaspersky, etc) which appeared to be only waste of time. The solutions - and the only one which has been working for me - is to run Nortons Power Eraser. This managed to deactivate the virus made by these IT scumbags.
Now I can almost boot normally but I think that some virus files have been left over. The reason is that when I boot the black cmd.exe window appears and says the "\user\appdata\local\temp\0GOzOLM.exe is not recognized as an internal operable program or hatch file" and the booting stops. I have to enter "explorer" in the dos window to proceed the booting and get to the desktop.
I believe that I have downloaded nearly all the cleaning/scanning/removal tool listed in this link:
The only thing I have achieved doing that is to fight lots of malware that these tool had brought along.
Just for the record, I have been running a full scan from Symantec + a numbers of additional deep scanning tools. They did not do the job.
Does anyone have a proposal what I should try next ?
Edited by hamluis, 21 August 2013 - 04:31 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to Am I Infected - Hamluis.