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Virusremoval.vbs Whenever I start windows it shows virusremoval.vbs file missing. Please suggest to stop this error massage.

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  • dibyohere Nov 14, 2008

    Thanks Joed911 for your effort. But unfortunately I need to reinstall Windows after the operation you prescribed. I entered in registry editor then remove the parth containing virusremoval.vbs . But when I came to login windown on restart and put password to login it displayed "Loading your personal setting" and suddenly logged off. It did not bring to desktop. I tried repeatedly but I failed to access my desktop at all . It was terrible for me. Then I insert my windows xp cd into drive and pressing F3 button i repaired windows and it works now. not even showing the virusremoal error msg. Though it scared me but Thanks whatever for your try.

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Sorry Joed911 to rate u worng. I had no intention to rate abuse. I am glad that you answered me. as it was my first post in the site i did not get everything well.Actually I found this site at that moment and posted the problem.

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Are you comfortable going into the registry, if so , do this:

virusremoval.vbs

1. From the start menu click Run -> type Regedit


2. Registry Editor will open


3. In the Registry Editor, go to Edit menu and press find

4. In the find dialog box type - virusremoval.vbs and press find next button
5. The search will end at some folder in the registry at the key - "userint"; doubleclick it; you will find many paths separated by commas - eg: c:windows/system32/userinit.exe,c:/windo... and so on.

Among those paths you will find "C:\windows\system32\virusremoval.vbs". Delete the path. Ensure that remaining paths are unaltered so that your genuine scripts are not affected.


6. Press F3 (find next) to see if the same path exists somewhere else in your registry. If found again at some other place remove the path there also.


7. Repeat F3 until you get a message that search has finished.


If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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    JDTec Nov 14, 2008

    Why did you deem this inappropriate? If you are not comfortable with going into the registry, We could figure another method. Inappropriate rating is for "ABUSE".

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    JDTec Nov 14, 2008

    It was good that you ran the Recovery , but in most cases, the procedure I sent would have taken care of the issue with out any effect to the operating system.

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