First of all, thank you for your service and considering my case. I have read several posts with symptoms similar to mine. In my case, I opened several tabs from a Google search window and one of the new tabs triggers a fake Virus Attack Warning. It looked legit and I click okay (probably a big mistake) and it immediately launched a couple more and I knew something malicious was occurring, so I held down the power button on my workstation until it powered off in about 5 seconds. Haven't been able to boot since. No bootable drive found. Used a System repair disk and attempted many repair attempts. Says the c: is RAW and needs to be formatted. Hoping to avoid that. Came across this site and now have hope.
I have already downloaded and run FRST64.exe from a USB drive and generated the attached frst.txt file. And in anticipation that it will be required, I have MbrFix64.exe downloaded and ready on the same USB drive.
I am just hoping someone will be willing to review the log and walk me through the recovery, if that is feasible.
Please let me know what additional information would be helpful, if any. And i am more than happy to compensate the hero who solves my dilemma. I realize your time is valuable.
Thank you very much.
Edited by TangentMedia, 28 December 2011 - 09:35 AM.