Ok, so I'm not much of a geek yet. :)
I think I have something on my system that got past Norton but it didn't show up in Norton's scan or the Superantispyware scan.
Anyways, I used to have XP and I had a CD or DVD disk that I used to do a full restore with during those rare occasions that I got a bug that I didn't think had been fully restore because a backdoor kept reappearing.
Anyways, I put in the Windows 7 reinstall disk and selected the option to do a custom install because the other option meant that I would have to be connected to the internet and I didn't to be connected to the internet if the disk restored my drive and I no longer had Norton on it. It doesn't look like the installation disk does do a full restore even if I put it on the proper drive....so I had selected the option that was colored and looked like default. I basically installed another copy of Windows 7 on a drive I didn't know I had, the recovery drive E. Now when I start my computer it gives me two options of windows 7, one goes to the old OS on drive C and the other goes to the new OS on drive E.
Can I go into the new windows 7 and just reformat the drive? Will this remove the option message I receive at startup? Is this dangerous because it was called the Recovery drive? Should I just take in my computer and get someone else to fix it?