|This is a long shot to be honest, but I remember a command to reset netsh.|
Go into command prompt
Go to start -> Run -> type cmd and hit enter.
Once command prompt is open type netsh -i -i -r -r and hit enter.
If it won't go into netsh, type netsh and hit enter
Then at the next prompt type -i -i -r -r and hit enter.
Reset your machine and check for the same error. This could very well be a virus, but not one I've seen before.
I seem to be a broken record, but so I'm not going to type out the exact steps I would take unless you come back with a "this didn't work." I'll be happy to do more to aid you if this becomes the case.
Best of luck