Posted 05 May 2016 - 06:59 PM
Well that depends. Can you guarantee the necessary tools to find ANY infection are available here? If you saw footprints in the sand, but no one around, you would just assume no one is around? If you told me you saw foot prints leading to a cabin, could see the light on inside the cabin, and could hear someone inside the cabin, then yes I would believe you. Even if I couldn't see anyone, I would assume he's hiding better than I can see, unlike bc who would assume the lights on due to a broken switch, and footprints are made from the wind lol. I'm not as experienced as people here, I don't know how to find evidence that would make you climb off that high horse. If you can see words, I state multiple times about me believing the removable disk that showed and won't disappear was related to the infection. I'm not sure if my pc is even clean yet, but when I began novice cleaning methods I found a hidden encrypted partition by scanning sectors. I decided to dis wipe with a wiping program off of hire a after running a partition program and it asking me for a username and password for the partition. If the people on bc, like you, learn to consider what people say, maybe "there's a remove able disc I believe is related to y infection/ my comp seems to be syncing with something/ I'm infected" should've been more than enough to warrant you "experienced helpers" to consider not jumping to "nope no malware" before asking to scan all sectors of my hard drive. Instead, even though I'm not sure how to be more clear, I get told my uninfected pc is a retail demo, clearly ignoring the fact that I said it ran fine at first - meaning unless my pc grew a mind of of its own and activated retaildemoservice, malware added it it. I also state task scheduler library was modified, with suspicious tasks being made, even right after installing Windows 10 via usb. I can tell my windows 10 install usb is infected, because there are some files on it that are ridiculously supicious, and since they appeared, I can't install Windows 10 without my pc failing the install somewhere in the middle, then restarting itself and completeing. It's obvious to me it something is interfering with the install, which id assume to be a rootkit that wants full control. But apparently to people here, since there's no log, there's nothing happening. there aren't many, but every once in a while here I'll read aomeone with the same far-fetched sounding problems - like how one man owned a whole network and his phone was infected then he could tell his whole network was infected. He mentioned how it seemed like the malware could remember which programs he ran, only being able to run antivirus programs once or twice before they stopped working. I believe he isn't as crazy as bc made him feel. Last night, after being told I wasn't infected, a scanner ran found 4 hijacking infections, 2 of which lead to Iexplorer and svchost. This may not be the type of proof you want, and it maybe hard to see, but it all points to a rootkit infection/hijacking to me. Or maybe to you, this all means nothing. I wouldn't be surprised lol.