QUOTE (rdsok @ May 17 2009, 03:59 PM)
If you had performed the first steps I mentioned.... the results would tell you what the next steps needed actually are.
When booted into UBCD4Win, if the disk management can see that a hard drive exists but can't mount the partition ( typically C: drive )... then fixing the partition information is the next step. But if you can't see the hard drive at all, then the issue you must address is getting the proper hard drive controller into a new UBCD4Win build so that you can take steps to address whatever the malware may have done.
You didn't say if either situation applied so no one else can make further suggestions if you don't provide the info that you saw. Stating the issue is caused by malware means nothing since the effects of malware could be anything, there is no one effect from getting infected, there are many possible effects.
all the malaware did was change the reg files so i cant log in. But thanks ill try it again..... just a little frustrated sorry guys. Im basicly going to take what i need off put them on an old computer and scan them. then wipe the hd with a fresh factory install