|I've tried every search and internet solution possible, and I still haven't fixed the problem. I was able to run Spybot and Ad-Aware once, and then something prevented either of them from starting. HJT won't run anymore either. When I try to start these programs, they show up briefly in the task manager and then go away without loading anything else. I deleted all the malware each program found that first time. When I ran HJT, and deleted some files, they mostly kept coming back when I re-scan. The regedit fixes sprinkled around the internet do nothing. When I disconnect my computer from the internet and boot it into safe mode, the task manager shows csrss.exe and ctfmon.exe. I can end the ctfmon.exe process, but the csrss.exe forces my computer to shut down. No matter what I do in the task manager, those two processes come back every time I reboot. My internet searches are being redirected to bogus sites, my computer randomly blue screens and reboots, and it's just generally very sad times.|
I'm running Windows 7 64-bit.
ETA: All programs only load for a second in task manager, and then disappear. I can load some things in explorer (like the manage accounts section in the control panel), but won't let me do very much (like actually create another account). If I need to install a program, I'll have to do it by flash drive, and I guess I'll need instructions on how to clean the flash drive to make sure the virus doesn't transfer over to a good computer.
ETA: I downloaded SUPERAntiSpyware Portable Scanner at the suggestion of another forum, renamed it, and tried to run it in safe mode from USB -- to no avail. At this point, I don't think the virus/trojan/malware is just blocking scanner applications. I can't open most things, including Chrome. It's still the same thing, anything I open will briefly show up in the task manager and then disappear. After a quick trial, I found out I can still open notepad, but not Media Player Classic or winamp. Thanks for the suggestion, though.