|Well, I went to the trouble of installing a burner I had laying around into the XP machine. Turned out the DVD-ROM was actually a burner as well, it only said DVD-ROM on the front of it.|
Anyway, I made a copy, but Norton blocked the file setup.exe from being copied.
I put the copied CD (less setup.exe) in the WIN7 machine. When I went to scan it Norton had a hiccup and went through some error recovery. I then scanned the disk and it scanned fine. At this same time, Norton flagged a file I had downloaded some many months ago from the Driver Guide Download site. I had scanned that file a number of times (along with my whole downloads folder) and it had come up clean before. Oddly it showed the download date to be today.
I then tried the original infected CD again and it was recognized in the WIN7 box this time. I scanned it and Norton flagged it as Trojan.ADH.2 still. I looked into sending a sample to Symantec. And there is a retail user site to do so, but it wants the file in ZIP or WINRAR or for you to point to it with a URL (in http, https, or ftp format). I could get neither option to work, due to Norton blocking me from zipping the file and being unable to point to the drive via a URL. Just for kicks I tried to zip other files from the CD and Norton let me do that.