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My laptop(os windows xp) is infected with iiiiii.exe virus.

The iiiiii.exe file is present in the stratup list in msconfig.whenever i uncheck it it gets checked again after rebooting.

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First thing to do is try to install and scan your pc with an antivirus program...if you have one already...update your antivirus program. restart your laptop and press F8 to enter safe mode, in safemode, start a full scan.

when finished, reboot back to normal mode then download CCleaner. Scan you laptop using CCleaner to remove the temp files and fix registry issues, you can also disable the startup programs that you do not need to start automatically in CCleaner.

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In Addition, you could also install a antispyware program like Ad-Aware just to make sure.

Hope this helps.


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How can i turn on my laptop in normal mode


Normally your can just turn on or restart your computer and it will automatically start to normal mode, however if someone set your computer to start to safemode it will stay that way, to undo that setting follow this steps:
Windows XP: Click start, click run type msconfig and click ok. On the system configuration window click on Boot tab and on the middle part uncheck safeboot then click apply, close and restart.
Windows Vista and Windows 7 Click start, on the search bar type msconfig and press enter. On the system configuration window click on Boot tab and on the middle part uncheck safeboot then click apply, close and restart.
If this didn't work there's a problem with the system file of your computer I suggest you ran a scan using an antivirus software because this kind of problem is usually being cause by a virus infection.

Apr 21, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How To Remove A Virus From Your Computer


Requirements: On an uninfected PC connected to the Internet, download the following programs to a thumbdrive. We will need this to fix the infected computer.
Instructions:
  1. Shut down the computer as soon as you realize there is a problem. Pop-ups, program errors, dll errors, fake Anti-Virus scanners, and similar are signs there is a problem. Shut down the computer normally, or hold the power button in until the computer shuts off.
  2. Power on the computer, and hit F8 before the Windows Startup screen appears. Select Safe Mode.
  3. Login if asked to, if not select Yes to continue.
  4. Click on the Start menu, select Run, type msconfig and press Ok, or type msconfig into the Start menu search box and press Enter.
  5. Under the General tab, select Diagnostic Startup. Press Apply.
  6. Under the Services tab, check the Hide All Microsoft Services box, and uncheck any services you don't recognize in the window.
  7. Under the Startup tab, select Disable All. Press Apply and Ok.
  8. Don't restart the computer yet.
  9. The System Restore Utility backs up selected files automatically to the Restore folder. Quite often are infected files stored there as backup files, and many Virus Scanners are unable to delete these files. If you suspect your computer may be infected, it is recommended that you disable the System Restore Utility to remove the infected files from the Restore folder.Select your OS for directions on how to disable the System Restore Utility - XP, Vista, 7
  10. While in Safe Mode, insert your USB thumbdrive and open it in My Computer.
  11. Open Combofix.exe, select Ok when it asks. Let Combofix scan and remove any infections it finds. It should restart the computer when it is done. When it restarts, boot up into Windows normally.
  12. Login if asked to, open your thumbdrive in My Computer again, and run Combofix.exe once more.
  13. Open up SmitFraudFix.exe from your thumbdrive. Press any key to continue when asked. Type 2, and press enter. When the scan is complete, restart your computer.
  14. If you had a fake Anti-Virus Scanner infection, open up Remove Fake Antivirus.exe from your thumbdrive. Press Start, and press Yes. When the scan and removal is Complete, restart the computer again.
  15. Install Microsoft Security Essentials, or your choice of Anti-Virus Software when the computer returns back to the desktop.
  16. Restart if asked to, and when the computer restarts, run a Full Scan in Microsoft Security Essentials.

on Feb 25, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I am trying to get rid of the xp home security 2011 virus.


Manual Removal:
1. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del on keyboard to stop process associated to "XP Home Security 2011?. When Windows Task Manager opens, go to Processes Tab and find and end the following process:
(random characters).exe
2. You need to update your installed antivirus application to have the latest database.
3. Thoroughly scan the computer and any detected threats must be removed. If removal is prohibited, it is best to quarantine the infected item. Manually locating and deleting of malicious files should also be performed. Please see files below that are related to XP Home Security 2011 Virus.
4. Registry entries created by XP Home Security 2011 must also be remove from the Windows system. Please refer below for entries associated to the rogue program. [how to edit registry]
5. Exit registry editor.
6. Get rid of XP Home Security 2011 start-up entry by going to Start > Run, type msconfig on the "Open" dialog box. A windows containing System Configuration Utility will be launched. Go to Startup tab and uncheck the following Start-up item(s):
(random characters).exe
7. Click Apply and restart the computer.
XP Home Security 2011 Removal Tool:
In order to completely remove the threat from a computer, it is best to download and run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. Sometimes, Trojans will block the downloading and installation of MBAM. If this happens, download it from a clean computer and rename the executable file before executing on the infected computer.
Using Portable SuperAntiSpyware:
To thoroughly clean a computer, it is best to do a separate scan of another security program so that other infected files not detected by anti-virus application can be remove as well. Download and run SuperAntiSpyware Portable Scanner.

Apr 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Hello i've got a problem with my computer anytime iswitch on a message appear : file not found "systeme32/drivers/prgds.exe". how can fix this proble ? Thanks


Hi,
This is because your system was infected with a virus (prgds.exe) and the same virus was successfully removed from your system by the antivirus software. Now the path for the same virus file still exists in registry / windows startup list. As the virus file was removed and no more exists, you are getting this message. This is normal. no need to worry.
In Run prompt type the command "msconfig" and under the startup tab, uncheck the item which refers to this .exe file and restart your system. This will fix your problem.

Please rate the solution.
Thanks

Sep 18, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My OS is XP. It became infected with the internet


Internet Security 2010 manual removal:Kill processes:
IS2010.exe 41.exe winlogon86.exe winupdate86.exe help.gifHELP:
how to kill malicious processes

Delete registry values:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\IS2010
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "Internet Security 2010"
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "winupdate86.exe"


help.gifHELP:
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Unregister DLLs:
winhelper86.dll
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Delete files:
IS2010.exe 41.exe winhelper86.dll winlogon86.exe winupdate86.exe Internet Security 2010.lnk help.gifHELP:
how to remove harmful files

Delete directories:
C:\s
C:\Program Files\InternetSecurity2010\


Jan 28, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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On startup getting c:\..\shooter.exe not found error


goto start>run>type msconfig .. then goto startup tab and there uncheck shooter.exe..
then let me know ...

Sep 05, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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CSRCS.EXE


Please Click on START Button
Click on RUN
Type MSCONFIG
Click OK

Go to startup Tab.
Look for CSRCS OR CSRCS.exe
Unchecked it
Click on Apply and OK
Restart the Computer.

If that still does not Resolve issue then Please let Me know.

Aug 28, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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When I open computer a message displayed cannot find regsvr.exe


Hi there.
You have a virus on the PC!!

What the regsvr.exe virus does?
• This worm creates folders and a registry entry to enable its automatic execution at every system startup.
• 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.
Solution to fix the problem:
1. If the task manager and registry editor is disabled then we need to enable them first. Read this post.
2. Delete the Autorun.inf file created by the virus. First go to cmd (start menu, run or search, type “attrib X:Autorun.inf –s –r –h” without quotes where X is your drive name which is having the problem. Now the file is visible and ready to delete. After deleting the file, close the explorer and open it again
3. Now type msconfig in the Run dialog and click on startup tab.
4. Look for regsvr and uncheck any options, click OK.
5. Now traverse to control panel -> scheduled tasks, and delete the At1 task that might be listed there.
6. Type regedit in the Run dialog to open the registry editor.
7. Click on Edit -> Find and search for regsvr.exe
8. Just delete all the occurrences of regsvr.exe virus (do not confuse it with regsvr32.exe which is not a virus).
9. Navigate to entry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionWinlogon and modify the entry Shell = “Explorer.exe regsvr.exe” to delete the regsvr.exe from it.
shell_regsvr.jpg10. Now to actually delete the virus from the system go to system32 folder and delete the regsvr.exe virus file from there (you will need to uncheck the option of “Hide Protected System Files and Folders” in Folder Options to view the virus file).
Reboot the system for changes to take place.
If this is too much for you to understand please post back for an alternative.

Good luck

May 27, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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My laptop (os windows xp) has been infected with iiiiii virus


iiiii is a virus program that transfers to the system through the USB devices. It keeps on hanging the OS at startup because it is pin at startup area of the OS.

Alternnatively, you can remove it by using a software that can bring out all the startup programs. The root of iiiiiiii.exe is in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\XP6880 9. You can simply locate the root and get it deleted completely. Hold shift before deleting. Then empty the recycle bin and restart.

Good Luck

Feb 02, 2009 | HP Compaq Presario v3000z Notebook

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