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Can not find script file "C:\ntidr.vbs"

I am having an error when trying to open drives in MY COMPUTER because it won't open and give me this message [can not find script file "C:\ntidr.vbs"]. My AVIRA Antivirus detected a virus and deleted it but after it i cannot open my drives in MY COMPUTER.

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  • dindo dolar Sep 22, 2008

    ntidr.vbs i think is a file of a virus.. which file do i need to copy.. be specific please. I think the registry of my drives were been changed.. what specifically should i do?? what files do i need to copy???

  • rhparti Nov 13, 2008

    I recently deleted viruses from my USB and now I cannot open it. The Windows Script Host says- Can not find script file "E:\ntidr.vbs". What will I do so I can again open my USB?

  • shyamhoga Dec 06, 2008

    can not find script file"c:/documents and setting/pc/boot.vbs." I want to solve this problem plz. Anyone there to help me plz now. right now

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By alvin:
just go to command prompt, click run then type cmd..
after that type dir f:\/a/w if letter f is where your drive located..then you can see the contents of your drive ..you will see an autorun.inf...
you should delete that...in the same cmd window
type attrib -r -a -s -h f:\autorun.inf
then type del f:\autorun.inf....eject your flashdrive...goobye ntidr.vbs..

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Ofcourse its problem wit antivirus,,come of antivirus cannot delete this type of errors and u just insert xp cd in ur rom and copy the files once (dont need dormat).then u change ur antivirus ..problem solved

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Hi,

To my knowledge, the file "C:\ntidr.vbs" is indeed part of a virus. It normally comes with another file autorun.inf which may likewise be in your root. I too uses Avira but it would not detect the autorun.inf as well as some other components of the ntldr.vbs virus. Perhaps, you may want to download, install and run Ad-Aware. Additionally, you could try un-checking most if not all of the unnecessary start-up entries in your msconfig.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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