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C:\resycled \win32 .... not accessible

I would like to make changes in the boot file to solve this problem and one more is the attrib command can't help me 2 change the permission of hidden files like Autoexec ,config.sys etc.

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C:\resycled is a virus; you need to run an antivirus in safe mode to remove it. It will be on all your logical drives and it will also copy itself to any thumb drives you have put on your computer since you got it.

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I cannot boot up my Microsoft Windows 7 due to a corrupt ntfs.sys file. I can access command prompt through computer or cd. Please help!


As you are able to access command prompt, you can run the "System File Checker" tool to repair/ replace the corrupted ntfs.sys file. To do this, follow the instructions below:
1.Restart your system and tap F8 key repeatedly until you see Advanced Boot Options menu on your screen. If you miss reaching the screen in the first attempt, repeat this step until you reach the screen.
2.On the Advanced Boot Options screen, select "Safe Mode with command prompt"
3.In the command prompt window, type "SFC /scannow" (without quotes).
Note: There is a space between C and / in the command above.

This will scan all your protected system files and replace the corrupted files with a cached copy stored in your system.
Important: Please do not close the command prompt window until the verification is 100% complete. After the process is completed, the scan results will be displayed on your screen.

To know more about System File Checker, you can refer to the following Microsoft support page:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833

Hope this will help you.

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Aug 17, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How to hide files using the Attrib command


Attrib is a DOS command that sets or displays various file attributes. One of those attributes is the Hidden attribute, which determines whether or not a file can be viewed in a directory under normal circumstances. With the Attrib command, you are able to hide or show any non-system file, as well as view any file's current attributes.

To use Attrib, you must be at the DOS command prompt. In Windows XP, Vista, and 7, you can open a command prompt window by either typing "cmd" into the Run bar or by browsing to the Command Prompt (Start menu > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt). In Vista or 7, you can also type "cmd" into the Search bar.

The syntax for using Attrib to hide a file is as follows:

attrib <path><filename> +h

If you are currently in the directory where the file is located, you can omit typing the path. And since DOS is not case sensitive, you can use either upper or lowercase letters, or both.

If you later want to make that same file visible again, just type:

attrib <path><filename> -h

To view the attributes of all of the files in the current directory (even hidden files), type "attrib" by itself. Keep in mind that hiding a file will make it harder to find, but it does not by any means make it impossible. If you have sensitive or confidential data that should not be viewed by other users, protect it using encryption, permissions, and a strong user account password.

on May 30, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Remove read only files


After copying a batch of files to your Windows PC from a CD or DVD, you may discover that all the copied files carry the read-only flag. The most obvious way to remove the read-only flag from a file is to right-click on its icon, choose "Properties", and uncheck the "Read-only" box. But what if you have hundreds, or even thousands of files marked read-only?
You can batch-remove the read-only flag from multiple files using the attrib command from a command prompt. The Windows Command Line site has a tutorial on commands everyone can use, which includes an explanation of performing this task with the attrib command. The section on the attrib command is titled "Changing file attributes with 'attrib'", and is located about three quarters of the way down the page.
In short, you can remove the read-only flag from a group of files by navigating to their folder from a command prompt and typing attrib -r ./*.* /s. I did this to a folder full of image files with attrib -r ./*.jpg /s.
Bring up a command prompt in Windows XP by clicking Start → Run, typing "cmd", and pressing "OK". In Windows Vista, click Start, type "cmd", and press the Enter key.

Sep 23, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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It will not reboot the message 'boot manager is compressed' is displayed and will not move past it


Check points for fixing compressed boot-manager:
  • Boot into Windows Recovery Environment (usually the install DVD or Create a Windows Vista/7 Recovery disk on an USB stick) and perform a "Startup Repair".
  • If the above doesn't solve the problem then boot into WinRE again, but when selecting the Vista-installation, then press "Load Drivers" (Instead of "Next") and use the mini Windows Explorer to right-click the boot-drive and deselect "Compress this Drive" and choose Apply to sub-folders and files.
  • If that also fails then boot into WinRE again, and go to the "Command Prompt" and execute these commands:
    • compact /U C:\bootmgr
    • compact /U C:\ntldr
  • If you for some strange reason have lost your Vista DVD, then you can also use a Windows 2000 / XP install CD and enter the recovery console instead and execute the following commands:
    • attrib -c c:\bootmgr
    • attrib -c c:\ntldr

May 05, 2011 | Advent 4211c Notebook

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Hi I have 500gb Roco Hard disk, in which i hide some folder, which i couldnt able view now even after doing "show hidden file option". Thanks


Use the following command in command prompt and your problem will be gone for sure (it will not delete any content) :-

attrib -r -s -h g:\* /s /d

Note:- (replace "g" letter in the above command by your
500gb Roco Hard disk drive letter)

To open command prompt press WindowKey+R and write cmd in the box and press enter. Then write the above command on the command prompt window and press enter.

Some files are also system hidden and they can only be seen using this command.

---->Attrib command is use to change the Attributes of file/folder to showup(unhide) in windows. use attrib/? at command prompt for help.

Hope this will help....cheers:)

Sep 27, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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My friend laptop wont get past the windows icon without crashing out, i can get into bios ,but cant get into the windows recovery


i assume that you have windows xp. you may want to use an xp startup disk and then boot your computer from that disk and run system recovery console it is step by step and very simple there you can run command promp and when you get there you can change the master boot record and boot files to help you to actually be able to start the commands are as follows....
  • C: CD ..
  • C: ATTRIB -H C:\\boot.ini
  • C:ATTRIB -S C:\\boot.ini
  • C:ATRIB -R C:\\boot.ini
  • C: del boot.ini
  • C: BOOTCFG /Rebuild
  • C: CHKDSK /R /F
  • C: FIXBOOT
follow through with these and our good to go!

Dec 18, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Local Disk Problem


resycled/boot.com is a worm/trojan.DNSchanger that propagates on local fixed and removable USB drives. resycled/boot.com may infect drives via autorun.inf file it created that runs a command each time the drive is accessed. Malicious files will be copied to a drives attached on infected computer
http://www.tech-archive.net/Archive/WinXP/microsoft.public.windowsxp.general/2008-11/msg00153.html
Follow this link and do what the artical says to remove and fix. Good Luck. Please rate me thanks.

Jan 16, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Hi, recently i had virus in my comp called win32.worm.autorun.MQ i restored my windows through restore after cleaning up when i click on my drive it gives me error saying "resycled\boot.com is not valid...


This is a solution i found at another site that i think could help you with your probem

Hi

If you still need help with this please do following:

Download and install TrendMicro HijackThis
* Once installed open HijackThis by clicking Start > Programs > HijackThis and click the button labeled
Do a system scan only

* Click the scan button in the lower left hand corner of the interface and HijackThis will quickly scan your system.
* Once the scan is complete the scan button will now read save log. Click this button to save the log file to your PC. Once you select where you would like to save the file it will open in your systems default text editor. Typically this application is Notepad. Post the log here.

The link:http://www.techsupportforum.com/security-center/virus-trojan-spyware-help/hijackthis-log-help-inactive/306207-resycled-boot-com-not-valid-win32-application.html

Please let me know if you need more help with this problem

Jan 06, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Win32


well it is a virus
they incorporate with your disk and when you click on them the virus function become open
left click on the drive like d and then search for boot.com
you will see a file will appear
delete that file
or try to scan with your antivirus
do as early as possible because it will spread to your all drives.

Dec 12, 2008 | Microsoft Office Xp Professional Full...

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Removal of boot.com virus from external hard drive and USB Stick


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"boot.com" is a virus which attacks the hard drives & the hard drives could not be opened by double clicking. In hard drives after enabling viewing hidden file u can see some "autorun" file & a file named "boot.com" which cannot be removed just by deleting.

Here’s the REAL way to clean this off your system. You should do these steps after a fresh reboot in safe mode.
1) Navigate to the problem drive(s) via the Explore option.
2) Click on TOOLS -> FOLDER OPTIONS
3) Click the button which says ‘Show hidden files and folders.
4) UNCHECK the following boxes:
Hide extensions for known file types
Hide protected operrating system files
5) Find and delete the autorun.ini file and the resycled folder on the root directory of all affected drives.
6) Check “c:\windows\system32\dllcache” for boot.com file and delete it if present.
7) Check “c:\windows\prefetch” for boot.com file and delete if present.
8) Delete all files from c:\windows\temp
(Some files may not delete, that’s ok, they’re in use by the system and not virus files.)
9) Delete all files from c:\Documents and Settings\[USER PROFILE]\Local Settings\Temp
(Again, a couple files may not delete, don’t worry.)
10) Run Regedit
11) Make sure you are at the very first entry of the registry hive. (My Computer should be hilighted) then click EDIT -> FIND
12) Search for “boot.com”. If it finds an entry, delete it. Keep hitting F3 until you’ve deleted all instances of boot.com in the entire registry.
13) Scroll the left column back up to the top and hilight the My Computer again at the top of the registry hive.
14) Click Edit -> Find again and search for ‘resycled’ and repeat as in step 13, deleting the entries as it finds them.
15) Close registry editor and try opening the infected drives. They should work now.
Worked for me at least.

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