Luckily I also have the iBook (and some programs like IE do still run on the PC). In researching the problem, a program was mentioned as a legit removal tool. But running it did not completely eradicate the virus. Further research shows that perhaps another program would have been better, but my infected computer is not allowing me to run that. I've been working with tech support to fix things but we're not there yet. I really hope I can get my PC back.
In better news, the long-awaited neighborhood Whole Foods finally opened. I've been there 4 times and it's gradually getting less overwhelming. This is about a zillion times better than anything else in the area. More stores are under construction including a Duane Reade, Borders and bank, which will make shopping so much more convenient. I'm still going to the small grocery for standard items, as I'd hate to see them go out of business. But Fresh Direct may suffer (WF has similar produce and meat/fish); I'm not sure how much I'll order from them after my delivery pass expires next spring.