@Veergertx, interesting stuff you posted, I can not get DISKPART to list the disks unless I use SELECT, but DISK MANAGER shows the disks OK. According to your first link, BOTH must not show any disks. Also, it sort of implies that BSOD's could come from the supposed infection....
Use the command diskpart to open Diskpart in a new command line window.
Enter lis dis in the new prompt, if it remains empty the computer
is infected with the rootkit. If the disks display, it is not.
This is with respect to X64 bit systems, and in my case, this happens.
The second option to detect the 64-bit rootkit is the following: Launch Disk Management from the Computer Management pane.
If it does not show disks, it means the system is infected with the rootkit. If it shows disks, everything is fine.
But in my case, disks show.
So what do I have or is this all not true I ask?
I was wrong in saying I ran Rootkit Revealer, it doesn't work on x64, but I did use GMER (http://www.gmer.net/) and Saphos Anti-Rootkit ( http://www.sophos.com/products.....otkit.html ) and BOTH show no infections.
To me, it appears the OP has a different problem, no disks apparently attached to the system.