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Deleting virus how to delete VBS/IE-Title virus, since the antivirus fails in deleting it.

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Re: Deleting virus

Try differt cleaner like trend micro online free and windows live one care then run cc cleaner on them to get junk out

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Re: Deleting virus


1. First update the antivirus you have
2. Use the latest antivirus like CA,Trend Micro, Macafee....

Let me know if your problem is solved and rate me as FIXYA!

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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Can not Find. Script File C:\WINDOWS\System32\CleanViirus.vbs

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    2. wscript.exe
  2. Go to Start –> Run –> regedit –> Open the following key:
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How i remove virus from my computer ?

You need to install a good antivirus software and then scan your system for virus infection, if the virus is detected it will take the necessary action by either repairing or deleting the same.

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Can not find script file "C:\ntidr.vbs"

by alvin:
just go to command prompt, click run then type cmd..
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you should delete the same cmd window
type attrib -r -a -s -h f:\autorun.inf
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Virus not deleted after scanning


If your anti virus software was unable to delete then probably you have to reinstall the operating system.


You can try with another antivirus like avast and kaspersky.

I hope they would be able to delete.

Or you can just reformat your computer.

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hm sounds like a virus. maybe your antivirus program deleted a virus recently?. try this.

click start->run-> write "msconfig" and the click startup.
search for C:\Windows\system32\Virus removal.vbs and uncheck.
restart the computer.

dont worry about the popup window that popup first time after restart check dont show this again.

second problem.
what dvd program are u using ? try a other one.
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Search and Remove the key value present in the reg'ed values in

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or drives/

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Rather than go to a lengthy procedure, please refer to this site, you can try here also and/or to this site . As you can see, this has already been well documented.

Good luck and kind regards.


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