If you are concerned about Malware Infection, please Post a HJT Log into the Malware Removal Forum
Please notice that much of the advice that you have received is provided in a similar format by qualified Malware Experts, here:http://www.geekstogo...-Log-t2852.html
Please read and follow those instructions.
Then Post your HJT Log for analysis by a qualified Malware Removal Tech in the Malware Removal Forum, here:http://www.geekstogo...o-Here-f37.html
_________________________ ***Caution*** Do not delete your Restore Points at this time!
Restore Points are there for a purpose. In the event that a portion of a planned "fix" fails, your best and sometimes only recourse may be to use a Restore Point .... even if it contains a malware infection. Without Restore Points, you risk encountering a situation in which your only recourse may be to Reinstall Windows Operating System and risk lossing valuable data, media, files, and documents.
In the meantime, data, configurations, applicaitons and even malaware infection, that is locked in a Restore Point is generally walled off from your active Operating System and can be safely left in place until your machine is running completely free of Malware and correctly configured according to your preferences.
G2G Forum Policy states that only a qualified Malware Removal Tech can make the definitive determination that it is now safe to remove your Restore Points.
If you have any disagreement with my posted instructions here, please consult an Administrator or a qualified Malware Removal Tech member.