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SVC host error...


I take care of System administration in my office and Two pc's suddenly faced with "COPY.EXE" Error found some Trojan horses and Worms through symantec... Then removed autorun.inf file and rebooted at windows startup both pc's show the following error....


how to get rid of this when scanned through spyware still some files are infected by worms..... I have the latest Pattern in symantec but not able to remove those through that spyware..

Help me in this reagard,


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Hello install this program from here:

And reboot after the install is done.
The program will kill the autorun file, when you boot again.

This is also the best free malware/trojan remover available !!!!

Install also a better free antivirus program like this:

Please uninstall any old antivirus program, before you install
Microsoft Security Essentials.
Mse it`s not useing so much of the pc`s memory to operate.

Your windows version must be valid, to use Microsoft Security Essentials .

You might have to scan for virus, in failsafe mode by pressing F8, while the pc boots.

Good luck

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The best way to get rid of these virus is to use kaspersky anti virus,and If u still get a svc host error u have to reinstall ur operating system or do a system restore.
Download kaspersky from here

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