I just wanted to start off by thanking this community- years ago, I had an issue with my own computer, and the folks here have been great in helping out. You guys really are terrific.
I've been asked to fix a computer for someone I know in the neighborhood, and I've run through my usual toolchest (Avast Antivirus, Malwarebytes Anti-malware, Superantispyware, Super SpywareBlaster). There was no antivirus or antispyware on this machine at all... The main piece of ransomware that was preventing a login into Win7 is now gone, but another one has "arisen from the depths". I had to remove the HDD and run it from a dock to remove the first bit of malware.
Screenshot: Google Photos
This one keeps sticking. How do I believe it's malware? "syetm32", the path is misspelled for system32. Windows Explorer quits on me - I have to Ctrl-Alt-Del, go to task manager, and start explorer from there as a new task. Running Avast, SAS, and MB don't shake this one.
Win7 Home Premium SP1 on a Dell Inspiron 560, 4gb RAM, 64-bit.
I really appreciate any help you can provide. Please let me know what further information you need.
Edited by sr_philly, 10 September 2016 - 04:05 PM.