15:06:33.378 Disk 0 Partition 1 80 (A) 07 HPFS/NTFS NTFS 100 MB offset 2048 what is this for, and what is the offset for / mean?
15:06:33.410 Disk 0 Partition 2 00 07 HPFS/NTFS NTFS 953767 MB offset 206848 why is there an offset?
That I can't tell you, other than it is common to see in logs. What I was looking to confirm is that there was no entry like "**INFECTED** MBR:Alureon-K [Rtk]". Fortunately there is no indication that the MBR is infected.
However, seeing "246 Windows Updates failures since January" and the MSE indication of suspicious behavior by C:\Users\Paul\AppData\Local\Temp\un984.exe implies that there is more going on than the inability to record a blank CD. There are no results for un984.exe, however, 984.exe is described as "cloaked malware".
Have you run Malwarebytes, as suggested by jcgriff2? If so, please post the log here, so as not to confuse the other thread.
The 100 mB partition has some boot stuff that Windows puts in there. I haven't had any time to research that portion of setup, so I can't explain it exactly - but it is legitimate and is on many, many Win7 systems.
Now to show my ignorance about things related to malware:
What about the ZeroAccess rootkit. I had my first exposure to it today (a STOP 0xc0000135 error missing %hs)
No mention of it in the MBR - but it sure hosed the ability of this system to boot into Windows!
Trojan:Win64/Sirefef.Y is a component of Win64/Sirefef - a multi-component family of malware that moderates your Internet experience by modifying search results, and generates pay-per-click advertising revenue for its controllers. The family consists of multiple parts that perform different functions, such as downloading updates and additional components, hiding existing components, or performing the main payload.
It provides selected function calls for Win64/Sirefef to establish network connections.
Yes the drive was used in old system, however I am no longer sure if it was the boot drive.
No the OS not on any other system, was new hardware and old drives.
I bought the win 7 and MB at the same time.