Thank you for the suggestion. I've managed to load Dr. Burn onto the infected computer but did not have the green desktop like your picture has. Instead it was just a black background with various commands available in which I ran scan (note: it did not ask which folders to select). The program then runs in a black screen that covers the entire scrn with what appears to be matrix type texting showing if that makes sense. Meaning that it scans a particular file say C drive windows and then moves on but in an extremely fast manner. So if you look at the screen, you would just see tons of text just popping up and being bumped up by the next scan. My question is how long should this scanning process take? As I'm writing this message, the scan is still ongoing and it seems like it is scanning the same files but in a cycle but I cannot tell for certain because the files move so fast. I would say it has been about 4 hours worth of scanning and I was just curious to see if perhaps I did something wrong. I will leave my computer on overnight and let it continue doing its thing. Perhaps in the morning the scan will be done but I just thought I should update you on what is happening. Thank you again for your patience and help thus far.
Update: The scan finished after 10 hours of scanning. I had to manually shut down my computer because seems to have been no response after it said 100% shutdown. I've waited for over 45 minutes. When I load my computer in normal mode, all the problems seem to be the same as if the scan had no effect. I cannot run the OTL or anything.
Edited by Riodn, 21 March 2012 - 09:27 AM.