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Hi Marked; I know I know what the difference betwen MSCONFIG and Task manager I fixed the problem and killd the virus. after that I got this msg. if you can pleas.

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OK sorry about that but what I'm saying is since your computer was infected by a virus there's also a possibility that its infected by spyware and malware that's why I advice you to use malwarebytes because its a good software and really help alot in removing spyware and malware that can cause this type of problem....there';s no harm in giving that solution a shot right since we're trying to fix this problem...

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Dear Amartya,

Here is a solution for your problem.




What the regsvr.exe virus does?
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• This worm also creates a scheduled task to enable its automatic execution at a specified date and/or time.
• It also creates Autorun.inf file for its auto execution.
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3. Now type msconfig in the Run dialog and click on startup tab.
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I think it helps.Let me know


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HI Marked


Not MSCONFIG, press CTRL+ALT+DEl and check what are the application running under Application tab and Pocesses tab, if its not there this can be a malware or virus that is causing this you may need to download and run this a good anti Malware its Malwarebytes...

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So the error message worn go away? did you try opening up task manager and check what is the operation that is causing the error and try to end the task using task manager...

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This problem happens when there is no updated antivirus running.
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Hi,

If you are certain that you are logged on as administrator or has administrator privileges, then a virus is preventing your opening of the Task Manager. Additionally, the same virus is likewise preventing access to the Folder Option and the MSCONFIG function.

Of course the correct solution would be to run a full deep virus scan and delete detected ones. You can also try running RRT.exe to force access to the above functions.

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

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