+ 0 Votes Remove video driver aidemzo_adanac July 22, 2013 at 3:21pm PST If there is a video driver error, remove the video card physically and deleted drivers. Connect monitor directly to mobo input and reboot, then install card and drivers, swap monitor to proper card and it should reboot okay. Most trojans these days seem to go straight for video card drivers. If you have an onboard chipset, remove the video drivers from the control panel, probab best in safe mode, and reboot, it will reinstall drivers. OR manually install new drivers over top but it is more likely that the trojan has made it so that it ignores a driver update, unless drivers and the chipset are removed. OF course you don't have to physically remove the chipset, just remove it from the device manager and it will rediscover on reboot. + 0 Votes running for now.... babznme July 19, 2013 at 8:21am PST Just want to add. This morning turned on, booted, bsod with same error. restarted to normal, now has been running for an hour with no bsod. I am sure it will eventually do it again... I have updated the ATI drivers twice. It says they are current drivers. Scanning again with IObit Malware Fighter and running fine. It just did a hard blink when the screensaver came on. but is running. Any help with ATI drivers or malware cleaner would be great! Thanks! + 0 Votes Have you checked the video driver gechurch July 20, 2013 at 8:30am PST If the blue screen consistently says the video driver is at fault you should really consider that as a possibility. If there's a newer driver available download and install it. If you're already on the latest, uninstall it and let it reinstall on reboot. Perhaps the existing one has become corrupted due to the virus or some other factor. For the virus issue I suggest removing your hard drive and plugging it into another PC as a slave, and scanning it from there (I like to use Malwarebytes and SuperAntispyware but the others you listed are all good tools). I never bother scanning on an infected PC anymore. If you have a rootkit you are just wasting your time because. Plugging your drive into another PC as a slave lets you find rootkits, because they don't get a chance to hide. If you don't have another PC you can try downloading a bootable CD like the Ultimate Boot CD and running the scanner from that.