|raichell121 - The way I read the initial post is that (s)he can't actually do (run etc.?) anything because of the probable virus/pest? Thus even if the antivirus you suggest is OK/good, effective to use..., in this case Kaiiiiii won't be able to install and run it?|
Presuming so... then a Linux based antivirus disk is likely the best option to try?
I've generally found Kaspersky very able in this regard; and likewise Bitdefender's equivalent; and also the Sophos equivalent.
And "Kaiiii" for the future... whenever you install anything downloaded off the web - do NOT use the default/proffered "automatic" option; use the custom/manual option. Carefully watch for any pre checked boxes and uncheck them all - apart for the actual utility itself.
That way you will avoid installing all manner of nuisance ware, junk ware, and who knows what; much of it real pain to eradicate. And as pointed out earlier some of it cannot be dealt with while windows is actually booted up; thus the Linux disk approach.