Yesterday one of my computers started to show fake virus alerts and then it would randomly launch web pages. Whenever I actually go into the internet it would redirect me to some other site. I started running Super Antispyware and it discovered the program and said i needed to reboot to finish the removal process. When it rebooted it was still there. So I booted the computer up in safe mode with networking. I ran malwarebytes and it removed 17 registry items. Then I ran Super Anti-spyware again and it found 9 items that it claimed to remove. While in safe mode the alerts stopped, but when I rebooted in normal mode it came right back with the fake alerts. So I got back into safemode again and this time ran Spyware Doctor by PCTools. After the scan it found 47 registry items that were infected and said that 2 needed repaired. So I let it do its repair and then it said it needed to reboot to complete the removal procedure. When it went to reboot it got to the windows welcome screen and then got into windows to where I could see my windows desktop wallpaper but no icons loaded. Then about 10-15 seconds later it would log out of windows and go back to the profile selection screen. No matter what profile I select(admin or guest or user) it acts like its about to load windows but then immediately will say saving profile info and closing network connections as though windows is booting down, but it never actually turns off. Now I was thinking of copying the registry through windows recovery console but wanted to know if that would be the correct move.
Right now I am working off of a laptop since the infected computer can't get into windows. Any help would be appreciated.