I just successfully removed the "Windows PC repair" virus using your instructions. i have some feedback for you.
In the Safe Mode - networking, I was unable to download anything. So, I rebooted and downloaded all first. That was a problem because the virus kept intervening, I noticed everytime it did that, a new window opened up trying to sell something. I learned I could close that window first then do the download. In the end I got everything downloaded then returned to the Safe Mode - networking.
In retrospect after the virus was removed, I found a network option in the Firefox network options was set to "Use system proxy settings" which did not work. When I changed it to "No Proxy", all worked as you'd expect. So, I fear the virus changed that setting to protect itself.
Ironically, RKill found nothing, and the TDSS removal tool named iexplore.exe reported nothing too.
I then installed Malwarebyte's Anti-Malware and scanned the system. It found and quarantined almost 60 objects.
One thing was very disconcerting: the user interface after the scan completed seems to have changed enough to make me uncomfortable. I began to wonder if I had downloaded a fake malware program.
Please consider updating your self-help guide so it shows the current version. I have version 2.0.2 1012. The scan results list isn't the same.
However, that virus appears to be gone from my PC now.
i was an applications programmer on mainframes, midrange and PCs and a network administrator. I am blown away at how vicious the malware has become. Unbelievable.