Being a victim of malware spread via USB, I felt this post is quite justified. Have you had the experience wherein you plugged in your USB drive and double-clicked on it and nothing happened ... and everytime from then on that you've tried to eject a drive didn't work. Well, people you've infected your drives and computers for long enough.

Here's how to deal with it:

1] For your drive, plug it into a Linux PC and delete the autorun.inf file or do it using a Windows PC without double-clicking on the drive icon. By not double clicking on the drive icon your basically not running the code in the autorun.inf file.

2] For your PC, a format and re-install is the best solution, but in case you're not infected and looking for a solution, here's what to do via Thushan Fernando's blog:
1. Start > Run, type in 'gpedit.msc' without the quotes, this will show you the Group Policy Editor.
2. Goto 'Computer Configuration' > 'Administrative Templates' > 'System' and select 'Turn Off Autoplay'
3. When the properties for the policy pops up, check 'Enable' and select 'All Drives' and hit OK.

Cheers and stay safe!
"Climbing down,
To Rule the Earth"
Satyricon - K.I.N.G