There was a windows update (or so I thought) and it took a long time. When it rebooted, I got a warning that I had trojan horse FakeAV.AuQD. AVG could not remobe it. It said it was located in C:/windows.system32.runtimebroker.exe and avg couldn't delete the file.
It did a complete scan with avg and it found 30 items. There were a 5 trojans and a variety of corresponding registry keys. AVG says it deleted them.
When I rebooted and rescaned they were back. How do I get rid of them?