HELP ME, PLEASE. I was online, and I have admit, it was down some dark back alleys, but I suddenly started getting some flickers from Avira about Malware being found. I thought it was unusual (the site I was on was, I thought, a relatively safe place), and simply reacted as I normally do, quarantining the problem, or deleting it whenever it's a problem. Finally, I activated a scan, and let it churn through. That's when the disaster started occurring. Suddenly a cascade of error boxes started appearing on the screen, mentioning certain system32 data files were corrupt and unreachable. Realizing that this problem was getting steadily out of hand, I attempted to quickly halt Avira, and deactivate my connection to the internet. I suddenly became bombarded with text bubbles about drives being unreadable, and a program came up that (appeared) to be a Windows recovery console. It immediately began scanning my drives and detecting errors. I was pleased that Windows was reacting so responsively. However, I was in complete dismay when I discovered that this application was failing to recover the errors. I started to panic, but a little gimmick stopped me from completely losing it. I noticed that it said "Buy full version." It all clicked in my head that this was a program somehow masking all access to my system recovery options, preventing me all access to Windows Explorer, Control Panel, System Restore, or anything else that might have been of crucial use in an attempt to get me to buy some bullshit online so they could steal my credit card number or something. My point was driven home when I clicked "Open Help & Support," and an IE window appeared with text in the box reading something to the effect of "SecureBill," So, I'm overwhelmed by this problem, and I feel that the fix COULD be simple, however, my own computer blocking me access to any peripheral makes this very, very hard to manage. Can anyone help me get rid of this thing? EDIT: The error messages read something to the effect of "Failed to save all components for the file \\system32\000012db. The file is corrupted or unreadable. This error may be caused by a PC hardware problem." The only difference in each of the messages are the names of the files. The company/website is called Secure-Bill, INC. When I click "Click here to activate full-functional version," (which really just seemed incorrect to me), it brings up a window that asks me for a Registration Email and Activation code. This has to be a scam. The information my computer is giving doesn't seem like it was written by Microsoft.