I have been infected apparently with a Trojan Horse virus that AVG 7.0 pro identifies as: "Dropper.small.5.BQ" with a path of "C:\windows\system32\W32_SS.exe". I have been trying to get rid of this for days and have scanned the forums here and tried deleting the file, healing it in AVG, moving to the virus vault, etc. I don't know how I got this and the only AV product that seems to detect this is AVG. A online scan at mcafee came up clean as did a scan by TDS3. I was already infected though according to AVG before installing TDS3. I don't know where to turn on this. Some of the other things I've noticed since infection is Windows Media Player no longer starts and Zone Alarm pro seems to have intermittant problems starting. Also a program called "Windows NT" asks for permission through ZAP to send email when I shutdown. Do I have a problem that can be solved without a new install? Thanks for any help on this.