|That captured image error you supplied |
is merely a Windows script or Java script error message .
XP comes with IE 6.x, but it's no longer supported on many pages on the web.
You WILL get Windows script or Java script error messages if you are using IE 6.
If you are using IE 6, install IE 8 and you will probably no longer get Windows script or Java script error messages.
"all of my files were hidden, ie like downloads, pictures, documents, all of it.."
Try downloading and installing the free version of Malwarebytes. It finds malware that most other anti-malware programs can't find.
If you can't download it, download it on another computer and copy it to a flash drive.
Plug the flash drive into your computer while Windows is running - when the window pops up asking what you want to do with the files on the flash drive, choose to view the files on the flash drive - choose to copy the mbam....exe file to your desktop (desktop screen).
If the malware will not allow the Malwarebytes download to run, rename the first part of it to anything, then try again.
If it still won't run, rename the file extension from .exe to.bat, and try running it again.
If you can't see the .exe file extension......
Control Panel - Classic view - Folder Options - View tab.
Disable Hide extensions for known file types
(click on the box before it to remove the checkmark)
Click on OK at the bottom of the Folder Options window.