Good you got that resolved. Not sure what Windows Repair you got, but it fixed things anyway. If that Windows Repair didn't step on everything, I will provide a standard end of thread steps, so whatever our work added to the system can be removed (plus some).
You may have slightly outdated versions of vulnerable programs, so Go to each of these sites and update to the latest version (keep your eyes open - they often slide in "opportunities" for things like Google, or McAfee's scanner):http://www.adobe.com/downloads/
(For Adobe Reader and Flash Player - uncheck the useless McAfee scan, if offered)http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp
(For Java 7 Update 21 - trying to slip Ask adware/spyware to systems lately, so watch and uncheck it)
Once you have done that, be sure to go to Control Panel, Uninstall/Programs and Features and uninstall any older, more vulnerable Java versions.
Eset, if you don't plan to use it again, uninstalls through the Control Panel - Uninstall/Programs and Features.
Go to Start Search, type cmd.exe
in the Start Search box. Cmd.exe will appear at the top of the Menu. Rightclick on it and choose "Run as administrator". At the prompt copy/paste the following, pressing Enter after each:cd "%userprofile%\desktop"
ComboFix should uninstall itself at this time.
You can also at this time delete the files/folders of the tools we used. To assist with some of that, run OTL
again. This will help by automatically removing some of the tools we used.
Just click CleanUp
, and select Yes. When it finishes removing some of the tools and files we used there just agree to the reboot.
In addition, I like to recommend reviewing the information here to make sure you stay malware free.http://www.geekstogo...he-first-place/http://www.geekstogo...safe-computing/