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I already scanned usb flashdrive for viruses using autorun virus remover still no good.. i though i had problems with my registries so i fixed them using registry easy 4.9...still no good... im using avg antivirus 8.0...i even updated my XP svc pack to sp3..still not working! what should i do???
This is unknown virus with strange name
first of all install Spybot search and distroy
go to Start > Run > Type MSconfig Go to Startup Tab .
you will see there entries in unknown language in last 2 or 4 lines
and block that entries via spybot
restart the system
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
Ok plug in and start>right click on my computer>properties>hardware tab>device manager tab> look for disk drives>see if it is there if it is there right click uninstall and if it is not there scroll down and look for universal serial bus controllers> and uninstall the usb root hub. and then unplug the usbe flashdrive restart the computer see if it is works
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Hi there it sounds like you may have a software problem as its doing it to all flash dirves ur best bet will be to back every thing up and reformat your hard drive and reinstall windows do u need help doing this? if so i can talk u through it
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Start ->run -> type cmd -> type attrib -r -a -s -h *.* and press enter.
What this basically does is removes the read only, archive, system and hidden file attributes on the files so that the virus or the container of virus will be shown.
Within the command prompt you will run the delete command to delete these suspicious files as the are shown up, example type del Autorun.inf or del New Folder.exe.
When you have finished doing that unplug your flash drive, update your anti-virus and scan your entire system.
Last but not least plug back your flashdrive into your computer and scan it with your anti-virus.
Viruses on flash drives are usually spread because windows has the Autorun feature set automatically run by default and this needs to be disabled.
Here is the easiest and fastest way by far to disable the autorun feature.
Download Disable_autorun.reg registry key.
Click Save to your computer ->Rigt click on file -> click run
Click Yes to confirm addition to the registry
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