This one's anew wrinkle. Got a laptop infected with twunk_32.exe and wscsvc32.exe,
both of which seem pretty new. Anyway, this laptop has two partitions, a 76gb fat32
c: drive and a 75gb fat32 d: drive (yes, fat32!).

Windows won't boot and bluescreens instead. Both partitions are mountable from a PE
disk, and the data is there. So I'm running a backup right now and look to convert the
c: drive back to ntfs.

Never seen this chit though. Anyone else?