Hi... in my e6 files called autorun.exe& autorum.inf files r crated automatically nd it can't be deleted. It also can't be seen when plugged into computer
is it a virus??? help me...... my speaker sound is also lost. is it due to autorun files???
These are viruses and may cannot cause any damage to ur phone..ur E6 have been infected when connected to an infected computer. u can remove this by a virus scan using a good kaspersky or McAfee. pls beware to use an updated anti-virus.
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Usually phone tools are provided with phone when you purchase it. Unfortunately most of them are .exe files, that means they can be compatible with windows versions. But there is a work around to install these files! Just install a software called wine from the package installer of your linux machine. Then install .exe on wine.
This file is a Win32 executable zip file. Run it on your PC. You'll be prompted to unzip the contents. You'll notice that it will generate a number of files in the directory you have specified. One of them is 'SpAddCert.exe'. Copy only this file to your PPC device. There, create a folder named 'Storage' in the root of the device (not in the storage card!), and copy your certificate(s) - .cer files - to it, since it's the only place where SpAddCert searches for certificates. Run SpAddCert on your device and follow the prompts. After installing your cetificate(s), restart your device.
Hope it works for you.
It takes up very little space (about 3 meg), I would recommend keeping the file on the device so you will have it when you need it.
You cannot play the .VOC files unless you use the proprietary software to either play the .VOC files or convert them to .WAV or .EXE.
But if you insist, you may use windows explorer and browse to the filesystem on the Digital Voice Recorder and delete the file named "Setup.exe" you will find in the directory called "SETUP". To do this, you may have to rightclick on Setup.exe, then click on properties and uncheck the "read-only" attribute. Now you should be able to delete the file. Repeat the process for the directory called "SETUP". If you try to do the directory first, you will be given the option to change the attributes of the directory and all files contained in it. That should work too.
WARNING: At the very least, copy the contents (a single file called "setup.exe") to a safe place.
type the drive name say H:
then type ATTRIB -H -R -S AUTORUN.INF
then type EDIT AUTORUN.INF
then a new window appears, delete all the contents and click on File -> Save and click on File -> Exit
in the command prompt
type ATTRIB +H +R +S AUTORUN.INF
then type EXIT
Remove the pen drive and reinsert it.
The virus is now been deleted.
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