Glad you did not go MIA!
As a rule of thumb, first, get rid of the malware, then, do the repairs.
Although the programs you already ran are coming up clean, malware could still be lurking somewhere, particularly if it is a Rootkit.
So, letís fall back, regroup, and take a look before Windows startsÖ
Need some info from you:
Do you have the Repair your computer
option in the Advanced Boot Options
To find out:
Restart the computer.
As soon as the BIOS is loaded begin tapping the F8
key until the Advanced Boot Options
Is the Repair your computer
If you do not have the option, do you have your Windows installation CD/DVD available?
And last, do you have a USB flash drive available, and access to another computer?
Also, letís check the Security status with the following:
Download Security Check: http://screen317.spywareinfoforum.org/
Save to your Desktop
Follow the onscreen instructions inside the black box.
When done, a Notepad
report opens automatically, called: checkup.txt
Please post its contents in your reply. Note: SecurityCheck
may produce some false warning(s). Please do not take any corrective actions!
Signing off for tonight @ 11:42PM CST 27Jan2013