Sorry I have niether of them.
Well, there are a couple things that can be tried to recover your data. If those things fail however, your options for recovery become rather limited. Basically, if we cannot recovery any data, the only remaining option is to pay the ransom and have the files decrypted. Otherwise, given the method in which the data is encrypted, there is currently no way to recover your files. Bleepingcomputer has a fairly extensive article on Cryptowall which can be found here. It details a few methods of recovery that we will attempt.
These procedures have been known to work in the past, although to be very honest with you, their success rate is somewhat limited. This is due to the fact that the malware acts in such a way as to make recovery of files difficult.
Before we try to recover data, I would like to run a fix with FRST. The items we will be fixing are not of huge importance, although I would like to clean them up to avoid other potential problems that might occur during our recovery efforts.