Upon re doing the scan,
I found that there is an option to just select a particular file...
so in the past when Ive had problems like this, I have used other AV software that had a similar option..
and it does allow one to scan certain directories or folders/files only where viruses often seem to occur,
System 32 in windows is a typical one..
Otherwise as I see it, the scan will take many hours to scan the whole "C" drive, as you pointed out it is almost full..
IF I can find some viruses in the main folders where I have usually found them in the past.This should
enable the process to get quicker results..
I can later do whatever full scans are required.
As a suggestion, Im wondering If I can just scan certain folders and post the logs for them initially, just to see if I can get rid of the virus if that is something that you will allow me to consider.