If you don't care about reinstalling windows, you can download the media creation tool on another computer, use it to put the media onto a usb stick (follow the guide for using this tool on a different pc) and use it to completely wipe both drives. Once the drives are clean you can then reinstall windows and you will be virus free. This will remove all data on the drives - you have been warned!
To get to the command prompt from the install media:
- Plug the usb in and use BIOS to boot to it (set it as the first priority)
- Once it boots, click "repair windows installation", or something similar I can't remember the exact wording
- Go to the advanced repair tools tab and open a command prompt
- Type diskpart, press enter and follow this guide from step 4 onwards
Note that if you only want to clean the ssd then be sure that you select the correct disk at step 5. If you want to clean them all then just select each of them one after another and clean them all.
Once the disks are clean reboot the computer and use the installation media to reinstall windows onto the ssd and you should be good.