I don't see code here, why is it being detected as such? Here is the post, all in a code box:
There are a few things to tidy up, but first, some advice: there are a lot of items under MSCONFIG Startup and Services which have been disallowed (prevented from starting) - MSCONFIG is fine to use for debugging/troubleshooting, but thereafter entries should not be left unchecked. The offending items/programs should be uninstalled or otherwise removed. If items are unchecked in MSCONFIG and an uninstallation is attempted then it will not complete -manual removal from registry is then required. For example, if you no longer use Intellipoint mouse, the program should be uninstalled, but only after rechecking the startup item in MSCONFIG. If you do use it, then your mouse will be running on default windows mouse software with attendant reduced properties/capabilities. But before you deal with MSCONFIG do these things in order: I don't know what this is... something to so with Avast? If not known, delete C:\1081a87273cf5e78fa Delete these two: c:\program files\DefaultTab c:\documents and settings\A Boze\Application Data\DefaultTab Now to MSCONFIG. You should recheck all those startup items, I doubt if they are causing problems. Same goes for Services. There are several entries for Symantec, entries for Mcafee, Acronis, some services you do need, and even a couple for the malware. Once again, I suggest you enable them all, and then.... Remove this service: DefaultTabSearch;DefaultTabSearch;c:\program files\DefaultTab\DefaultTabSearch.exe [5/18/2012 5:00 AM 563200] ==Go Start, run, type services.msc -and press Enter. Maximise the window and at foot select Extended tab, scroll to the specific service, rclick it, select properties. Write down the exact Service Name. Press Stop if it is highlighted [you may have to set the service Startup type to Disable first]. Close Services, now type this line into the run text box and press Enter: sc delete "exact Service Name" - don't be silly now, I think the required name will be DefaultTabSearch. Now rerun the removal tools for Symantec, McAfee. Post those OTL and AswMBR logs along with your observations.
SSSSSSS Oh, and another little observation, I think the Insert Code Snippet button is confusing posters, so how about a "Use Ctrl-V to paste into this window" message? I think they press the Inser Code button to attempt to paste their code. Sometimes. Some people.