If so, share the entire drive to your LAN and then use a second computer to scan that drive. I sometimes do that to allow a Windows AV on windows computer to scan my Linux saved files for any virus/trojan/malware that doesn't bother my Linux system, but could if I sent something infected with a window based virus to a windows user.
I am trying to remove a Win32:Patched-AWN trojan. I cannot download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. It has avast, ccleaner, and spybot (the last 2 were put on post infection). There is no back up disks. Any Ideas would be most helpful