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I did a system restore to about 1 week ago and the problem was gone. I then performed scans again. Problem solved.
If you were infected by 'some' malwares and by a rootkit, it's highly recommended you format your machine and reinstall Windows. There is no guarantee you 'cleaned' your machine. Start up your machine in Safe Mode (F8 key during boot up), and back up your data. Reinstall Windows.
Well we don't know what that virus affected. It could have removed key components, or who knows what so my suggestion is probably what you don't want to hear but possibly reinstalling windows or doing a windows repair option might be a good way to go.
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