The broadband has been very slow for a couple of days with download speed of 640kbps (normally around 7600) and upload 448kbps (no difference). A change of DSL filter gave a temporary reprise increasing download to 4600kbps. However, a day later and it was slow again. It seems fine in the morning slowing down in the afternoon.
However, this morning I got a message on one of the four peer-to-peer XP Pro PCs that MIcrosoft Software Removal Tool had found and removed two trojans.
As a precaution, I attempted to install HiJackThis in normal and safe mode but it wouldn't install, tried running Combofix in normal and safe mode, even renaming it and trying again in safe mode, but it wouldn't run. Malwarebytes wouldn't install in either mode.
After these attempts it went back to dead slow when attempting to use the Internet, although other computers seemed ok, not fast, but ok. The "infected" computer could also not load Google even after several attempts and a reboot, coming up with the msg "Windows Internet Explorer: Internet Explorer cannot open the Internet site http://www.google.co.uk
". Operation aborted."
All other sites do load although very slowly.
I managed to eventually run a clone HiJackThis through Deckard and I've attached logs in Normal and Safe modes.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.