|I ran AVG and it found a trojan horse Generic19.AKXX.dropper that it did not remove. I tried a second program Malwarebytes that didn't see the trojan. I did a search on removing trojans and learned that they run in the background and cannot be removed with the computer in normal operating mode and you have to start your computer in safe mode then run your antiviral software to remove the trojan. Well, my computer would not start in safe mode (i assumed the trojan was preventing it from doing so) I could not use any of the F8 options but start normally.|
I was looking for another way to start in safe mode and learned that i could force a safe mode start by changing the System Configuration Utility on the BOOT.INI tab and check SafeBoot. I did so and found that it takes me to the same screen as the F8 key.
Now the system just tries to boot in safe mode repeatedly every 45 seconds or so and is unable to do so (i assume from the trojan). Is there any way to change the boot sequence back to normal mode?