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you can protect ur pc permanently frm such further viruses from these pendrives first u have to search this software(Naevius_USB_Antivirus) in cnet.com ,.............instal it and then insert ur pendrive,...........and click on it,......PROTECT,.........this will protect ur pendrive permantly........after that u don't have to format ur pendrive again n again,........... also don't ever delete two files,.......(Read Me & Autorun),............... enjoy.........................
HELP - Nokia N96 Music Player Problem Well basically this is the problem , I got my brand new Nokia N96 two weeks ago. At first when I added the music, and I did the Refresh Library , it worked perfectly fine. But then after a few days, I added a few songs, but when I did Refresh Library, it didn't find any music
So I tried lots of different suggestions but I couldn't fix it so I decided to reformat my phone. After that when , I added music it worked again. But yesterday I added 5 new songs and again the music player didn't find the songs
Please people of Dotsis, I truly believe that one of you can solve this problem or give me any suggestion as I'm really worried about this problem...
There isn't a virus that does that. This may be caused by a buffer overflow or a flash error or even a firmware corruption. It would be very hard for a virus to do that. However you will probably need to have the phone's software (flash) rewritten in a service center. It's the safest and easiest way to get it fixed. They have the proper tools and hardware to fix your phone's software.
Also, in the future, try not to install programs in phone memory, if you have the option always install on memory cards. I have seen phones with full internal memory that fail to boot because the operating system (symbian) doesn't have enought "RAM" memory to load itself.