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My Computer is not work & cotrolpannel

Khatra.exe various has come then contropannel is gone & when I right click my computer or click proerties come ddisplay ti pls check computer administration.

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Looks like a virus or trojan, disable everything in MSConfig (see this article) the hopefull you can go online and do a online scan like, you may also want to download the free malware tool from

Good Luck, hope this helps

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Try this: Turn of your firewall on both systems. Also make sure both systems are using the same workgroup. RIght click My computer or Computer and look at Properties. Click Change to change your workgroup name to whatever you like. Both have to be the same. Click OK on that and reboot both your systems. Turn Firewalls back on.

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id recomend you didnt do that youself its a bit tricky but ill tell you how anyway

click start right click on my computer
click on manage

click on device manager go to
network adapters
select yours right click
then update driver

now just leave it as it is

then you need to fully exstract all files in the folder you just downloaded

then direct to the popup i told you to leave

click on no not this time

then click on install the software from a specific location
tick all boxes then select your folder then click on next

and you are done

good luck

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Use the following steps to update or upgrade the WiFi adapter driver on Microsoft* Windows Vista*.
Note If you need to automate the process, use the file named iProdifx.exe from the driver package.

  1. Download the updated driver(s) from your computer manufacturer. Note If your computer manufacturer does not provide the driver, you can download a generic version from Intel.
  2. Click Start.
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