|There is not enough information in your post for us to confirm a particular virus, however, if you do what follows we can get an idea of what we may be dealing with.|
Please download GMER:
>>If you cannot download the file, malware may be blocking the attempt. You need to download it to a clean computer and then transfer it to the infected one using an external drive or USB flash drive.<<
Save the file to the Desktop.
Double-click on gmer.exe
If a Windows security warning appears asking if you would like to run the program, click on the Run button to allow GMER to start.
You may get a warning about rootkit activity and GMER may ask if you want to run a full scan. If this happens, please click on the NO button.
Now, configure GMER.
Please uncheck the following settings:
Drives/Partition other than System drive (normally C:\)
Next, click on Scan (may take a while).
When GMER finishes you will be back at its main screen.
Click on the Copy button (lower right), then right-click on your Desktop, and select: New > Text document.
Once the file is created, open it, right-click again, and select: Paste
>>Please post the GMER report in your next reply for us to see what is going on.<<
Note: Please, do not take action on any of the information on this report!!
Also download Gmer's mbr.exe:
Save the file on your C drive (so the file is then C:\mbr.exe)<<Important!!
Go to Start - Run, type cmd (and press OK).
At the prompt type or copy/paste the following entries, one at a time, pressing Enter after each:
Then type: Exit
Press Enter to close the command window.
The report created is saved to C:\mbr.log.
>>Also post the mbr.log in your reply.<<