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Had a virus, deleted important system32 filess by mistake, pc wont start up now.please help.

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  • sibz_182 Sep 08, 2008

    the worst thing is i a moving in a few weeks and yesterday sent all my belonging..i.e back up disks etc to my flat =(

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Thanks for your help, i ended up just wiping all of my C drive so i lost everything but hopefully the virus went with it! thanks again

Posted on Sep 09, 2008

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Your System32 files are the most important ones you have. You need to get your Windows disk and boot from it. then you need to hit repair and the files will be replaced.

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  • Benjamin  Bielski
    Benjamin Bielski Sep 09, 2008

    Well, email me and i mite be able to tell u were to get an XP disk


    bizelski@hotmail.com

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When i start my windows a dialog box named WINDOWS HOST SCRIPT APPEARS and says some message about rahul's virus protection


Hi karthicku683,

Your computer is infected with viruses. Please use a good anti-virus software to keep your system clean.

1) Right click on the taskbar and click 'Task Manager'.

2) In the 'Process' tab find wscript.exe.

3) Right click on it and select 'End Process Tree'

4)
Go to Folder Options and check show hidden files and click OK.

5) Delete 'VirusRemoval.vbs' and 'Autorun.inf files' from all usb drives and hard drives.

6) Then go to C:\Windows\System32 and delete the file 'VirusRemoval.vbs'.

7) Next go to START>RUN and type regedit and Enter.

8) Go to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon

9) On the right side look for Shell which should have value of just explorer.exe. Delete anything at right side of explorer.exe if there is anything.

10) Under same key Winlogon also look for Userinit which should have value of C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe.

11) Delete all the **** after the comma.

12) Go to HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
On the right side locate Window Title and delete its value i.e. Sujin.com.np

Hope this solves your problem. If this information was helpful, please rate this solution.

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Nov 24, 2010 | PC Desktops

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How to detect Viruses easily


I am going to tell you about a trick to detect viruses in your computer. It is simple and fast. Just follow the steps below:


1- Go to start-run-command
2- Write cd.. (notice the tow dots) and press enter write cd.. (again) and press enter
3- Write (cd windows) and press enter
4- Write (cd system32) and press enter
5- Write (setup) and enter
If you get that message
(Please switch to the control panel to install components and systems composition)
Then that means your pc is clean.
The idea here is the (setup) file which is located within (system32) is shut down when your pc infected and open when your pc is not infected because most viruses shut down all system.exe extensions.
I've tried it and it worked!

on Dec 20, 2009 | PC Desktops

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How to solve rahul's virus protection.vbe


First
Open task manager and kill process wscript.exe.

Then
Delete VirusRemoval.vbs and Autorun.inf files from all usb drives if u have the virus in them.

Then
Go to c:\Windows\System32 and delete the file VirusRemoval.vbs. It is super hidden so first go to Folder Options and check show hidden and check boxes. Also required for the above files.

Then
go to start>run and type regedit and enter
Go to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
On the right side look for Shell which should have value of just explorer.exe.
delete anything at right side of explorer.exe if there is anything.

Under same key Winlogon also look for Userinit which should have value of
c:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe,
Delete all the **** after the comma.

Then
Go to HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
On the right side locate Window Title and delete its value i.e. Sujin.com.np

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I have two error messages that I do not know how to fix.. system32/suvibumi.dll and system32/detuwofi.dll Can someone tell me what I need to do? Please help!!!


Hello,

The 2 files you are asking about are trojan virus files. You need to install a good anti-virus program and do a complete PC scan. A good one to use is from pctools, it is called spyware doctor with antivirus. You can get it online at www.pctools.com

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If you cannot get to the Net, have someone else do it for you and install it, have them run it as well, will do yuo both a favor.

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Open task manager and Kill the following process sysdpt.exe

Open registry
Delete these entriesHKEY_CURRENT_USER\software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\run\sysdpt
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\run\sysdpt
Remove the following filesysdpt.exe in Windows\system32\
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I have hcl laptop.i bought it 18month back.it has1.5gb of ram.80gb of hd.two week back blue tooth of my laptop has stopped working .when i use to start the b.tooth it displayes the massage that b tooth has...


I assume you have Windows XP as your OS.Take back up of all your important data and get the windows restored to an earlier date(just click start, the Run then paste there %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\restore\rstrui.exe
and click OK.). If it does not help you proceed for a fresh windows installation

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I have a virus and stmanteec antivirus notification keeps popping up on my screen: What can I do??? Help Scan type: Auto-Protect Scan Event: Threat Found! Threat: Trojan.Zlob File: ...


If you have a virus you can not delete or if your system will not boot up correctly and you suspect a virus is the problem, a recommended solution is to start your computer in safe mode and run a virus scan. By running your computer in safe mode, non-essential processes do not start and non-core components are disabled. In other words, only the minimum necessary programs will load. Tough to remove viruses, spyware and other malware usually have no chance to run and disrupt your system and can more easily be removed.
**To run a virus scan in safe mode, you must have active anti virus software installed on your computer.
To run a virus scan in safe mode, follow these steps:
  1. If your computer is on, shut it down
  2. Power on your computer
  3. Immediately after you power on your computer, repeatedly press the [F8] key (about once per second)
  4. In the Windows Advanced Options Menu screen, use the arrows to select Safe Mode and presss [Enter]
  5. Select your current operating system and press [Enter]
  6. Select the user you would like to login under (if applicable)
  7. When your system finishes booting, click the Start button on your task bar
  8. Move your cursor over All Programs and navigate to your anti virus program
  9. Click on your antiv virus program to run it and follow the anti virus program’s normal steps to run a virus scan
  10. After the virus scan is complete, Delete all detected viruses
  11. Close out of your anti virus software
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Start up msg


First
Open task manager and kill process wscript.exe.

Then
Delete VirusRemoval.vbs and Autorun.inf files from all usb drives.
Delete "c:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe"

Then
Go to c:\Windows\System32 and delete the file VirusRemoval.vbs. It is super hidden so first go to Folder Options and check show hidden and check boxes. Also required for the above files.

Then
go to start>run and type regedit and enter
Go to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
On the right side look for Shell which should have value of just explorer.exe.
delete anything at right side of explorer.exe if there is anything.

Under same key Winlogon also look for Userinit which should have value of
c:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe,
Delete all the **** after the comma.

Then
Go to HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
On the right side locate Window Title and delete its value i.e. Sujin.com.np

Under the same key locate Start Page and delete its value i.e. http://sujin.com.np/

then go to Start Menu -> Run -> msconfig -> Startup tab -> uncheck .vbs files

Restart System

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