Im working on a computer that was severely infested with viruses. I removed the disk and slaved it off another computer to search and remove viruses. That system located and removed 3 items deemed to be a Trojan horse according to AVG. They were 1418564.exe and postcard.chm in 2 different directories. After these 2 items were removed, the system hung. On rebooting, the system could no longer see the disk.
I reinstalled the disk in the original system and amazingly it booted. There were still issues with redirected searches. I removed sdra64.exe, winwebsec, renos.gen!BE, ciggcrnsvv.exe.8, msb.dll, riwqqhtrtn.exe. The system runs reasonably well now but Rootkit Revealer quits stating that it cannot mount C: when run.
Id like to get a clean run of Rootkit Revealer before calling this clean. Do I still have some malware in the disk routines. Please advise what I have to do to the disk to get Rootkit Revealer to mount it.