You have previously been told...several times...that you need to format and do a clean install due to the nature of your system infections.
What is there that you cannot do...on any system, for any version of Windows?
Not sure why you posted in this forum.
Perhaps I should have been more than specific...... I have tried the previous suggestions that's why I'm still here :/ if you read the link I provided you would have seen I was ushered to this forum!! Apologies if this is the wrong department but I was following instruction.
The router has been reset so it's no longer a threat, as it was infecting any thing that connected to it.
Formatted and reinstalled win 7 several times, tried many methods with the tools on hirens boot cd (all software was burnt at a secure location) to delete partitions etc to no avail... There is definitely a suspicious partition that reappears even after deletion/formatting.
Also I've read a lot of hearsay about this bastard of a things 'abilities', which has got me worried about the ram being laced and/or the bios? Feel free to school me, as it has been many many years since any of my pcs have been infected as I'm very careful about where I browse, what I download and in general cautious. This virus and it's charms are a bit new to me so give this lobotomite a chance to catch up
Personally, on this type of infection, I would zero out the drives with a bootable disk like Partition Wizard, and reset the router. After router reset, change the default password to a very strong one. Do not use the default SSID of the router. Use WPA2 for encryption with a password you can get at grc.com (63 printable ASCII characters hashed down to 256 binary bits) and set the router to disable remote login. Only allow login on computers connected directly to the router via a ethernet cable.
Thanks john, you must speak Dutch as well! XD ima do what you suggested and report back.