Trojan, corrupt directory, chkdsk

Lenovo / 0768a52
March 12, 2009 at 07:57:37
Specs: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium, 1.6 GHz / 3061 MB
So, my computer was running fine. I scan with Malwarebytes every two days. Suddenly I'm getting the message "ssvagent.exe is corrupt, Please run chkdsk" every time I open internet explorer.. So I ran malwarebytes. 14 viruses!!! All from Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\ (which I don't even use) I tried cleaning with malwarebytes, but it says it cannot delete unless it reboots. I rebooted. No such delete occurred. I tried deleting it manually. It says Error 0x80070091. Directory looks but is not empty. Cannot open folder. Folder is Corrupted and unreadable. So I tried running chkdsk /f. Needs to run on reboot. Reboot. No run. chkdsk via safe mode? No go either. Another website suggested regcure, but that did nothing either.

I don't know what to do. The antivirus can't get to the trojan viruses because the folder is corrupted, and I can't get to the folder because chkdsk won't run on reboot. Please help!

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March 12, 2009 at 08:47:38
Download the guidelines of deleting the virus from the many antivirus companies, start your computer holding down F8 to put you in safe mode and then take your time to fix the problem.

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March 12, 2009 at 09:06:08
Again, I have tried deleting it manually from safemode, and because the viruses are all in a corrupt inaccessable directory, I am not able to delete them nor the directory. I'm not even able to access the directory.

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April 3, 2009 at 17:51:22
The exact same thing happened to me! Firefox profile was corrupt. My antivirus software (trend micro and spybot) found 13 0r 14 trojans. I can't deliete the firefox profile even though I uninstalled Firefox. My computer says Windows/ehome is corrupt or unreadible when I try to use Spybot.
Safe mode does nothing.

Same thing..Someone please help. If I just knew the name of the virus I'm sure I could find removal instructions somewhere.

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