|90% or more of malware these days is not a virus - it's something else. |
No one anti-malware program gets rid of all malware anymore.
Some malware requires other than the most common major anti-malware maker's software to remove it properly, e.g. Malwarebytes is probably the best at removing crap installed by the makers of "rogue" anti-malware programs.
If the line that is trying to load Ntgv.jno is not in the msconfig - Startup list, it's probably in the Registry.
Use Regedit to find the line that is trying to load Ntgv.jno, delete the line.
Be careful. Back up the Registry before you edit it, if you're not sure of what you're doing in there.
If you don't know how to use Regedit properly, we can tell you how.
A search using Ntgv.jno finds not many useful "hits" - it appears it's recent.
NTGV.JNO is a trojan, not a virus.
Files related to NTGV.JNO listed here - none of them should be on your system:
Registry modifications it makes - make sure they're not there:
You may not find NTGV.JNO in the Registry.