I seem to recall that, if generated, a log is kept in the same location as the TDSSKiller exe file.
TDSS often infects a storage driver
- and TDSSKiller will remove that. You'll have to replace it with a known good copy. If you can't find a copy of the driver, post back and I'll see what I can find.
It also infects the partition table - so that's the reason for the partition table error after removing it.
If simply replacing the driver doesn't fix it, then it's likely that a registry entry is missing.
If it's a 3rd party driver just reinstall the driver(s) using the manufacturer's installation package
If it's a Windows driver, post back and we'll see about manually editing the registry.