Hi Boopme, sorry aboiut the delay, i ran out of battery just after i read this and started downloading DDS, i was not able to save the instruction page on using DDS though. Got out with the smaller computer at another location but no luck, did not get any stable Wi-Fi connections that night. I can confirm that the small computer does still have that issue where it gets disconnected all the time from the web while on XPUD.
The problem is fixed. I destroyed the virus.
Here`s how i did this, my little idea, so others can profit from it:
I tried the USB key with HitmanPro.Kickstart on it again. Did not work. After i got the black screen, i tried to get out of it by pressing Control-Alt-Delete. I got into the panel for Control-Alt-Delete. Instead of stopping a process, i decided to try: New Task. I clicked browse and i was able to go into the hard disk, and then into the desktop (First Victory !). I was able to see all the anti-virus softwares i had loaded a week earlier on the desktop with XPUD.
I started with one that`s called Adwcleaner (with a bug as a logo) which i believe i took here. It caught a LOT of things but nothing that seemed suspicious, at least to my eyes. Lots of Bing and Babylon stuff, i deleted all that garbage.
Then i ran Rogue Killer. It caught 4 things plus something else in another category which i don't remember, i am not too sure if any were viruses, i suspect one of the things it caught was possibly HitmanPro.Kickstart (!) (name was a bunch of letters plus numbers). I kind of got a slow reaction when i tried to select something to delete. Not sure if it worked but when i ran the same scan again i did not get the 4 things it had caught earlier anymore.
After this i ran the D7 tool to delete Temp files, history, zero byte files, etc. Ran it a few times for each.
Then i ran Combofix. That`s the one that fixed the problem. It caught 2 critters. They are now in the quarantine. After restart i was able to access the full desktop and all functions of the computer were re-established. I re-subscribed to our antivirus the next day.
I am no anti-virus expert, i am more of the explorer type (thus my nickname: i go in every corner of the system to learn how it works and find options), so if anyone reads this and wants to apply this method, follow the instructions of the specialists here first, but is you get stuck out of option and nothing works you can still use my method, it worked for me. I'm glad i found this one, accidentally (i should have thought about it earlier, but i got distracted by multiple problems).
Edited by Explore100, 05 October 2013 - 10:53 PM.