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Recycle name is changed and become G W BUSH

FOLDER NAMES ARE CHANGED AUTOMATICALLY. E.G MY COMPUTER IS GOING TO BE AHSAN'S COMPUTER AND RECYCLE BIN NAMD IS GOING TO BE GW BUSH

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  • aahmadjan Jan 10, 2009

    i have the same problem



    plz help me

  • Anonymous Jan 15, 2009

    recycle name is changed and become G W BUSH problem, and notify you when a new solution is offered.




    Mansoor George

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    Beeuwen Gerryts Feb 25, 2009

    well, i just about sorted this on a clients computer. Ran Spybot, Malwarebytes and Avast. The suspicious files like homevideo.exe and csrss.exe seems to be gone. just need to do the registry hack to change the recycle bin from gw bush to it's proper name.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2009

    THROUGH REGEDIT IT IS NOT ABLE TO CHANGE THE NAME OF RECYCLE BIN

  • fahads Mar 30, 2009

    recycle Bins name is changed and become G W BUSH and my computer become Ahsan's copmuter.I have also installed a frsh copy of windows but the problem remains the same the name changes immediately back to G w bush

  • motihot May 11, 2010

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Just restart your system in safe mode and run defender scan, or any av u have... that's it... :)
I solve this whit Vista x64 defender...

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How can you solve this problem ! please let me know ! i am a poor student of intermediate .

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That is a virus, see : Architecture today: how to kill Ahsan virus

Try also downloading Spybot - Search & Destroy
and do a complete scan.

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Click on the icon name twice (give it a second delay) NOT double-click to change the name.

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Hey guyz..... that is a virus.

u can easily remove it manualy

this tip can help its efective!! ^^

-->click start
--> all program
-->accesories
--> system tools
-->system restore

ooppppss..

befor u restor your pc
u should remember when u wer get virused
and if u wer already virused by Ahsan's 5 or 6 months ago
im so sad to tell u .. but ^_^ you cannot removed it
LOL... (LOL)

its just a childish prog easily removed manualy ^^V

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