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Please follow these steps to Remove Virus using Command Promt:
Click the "Start" menu and type "CMD" into the "Run" box and click "OK."
Select the drive that is infected with the virus. If you are not sure which drive is infected, start with the "C:" drive. Type in "C:" and press "Enter" to access this drive.
Type the following into the command prompt box: - s - h *. * /s /d and press "Enter." This will bring up any suspicious files located on the drive. Open the suspicious file.
Look for a file that contains a ".exe" file and a file titled "autorun.inf." If you find these two files, you have found the tainted file. Make sure to write down the name of the program where the file is located.
Rename the "autorun.inf" so you can access the drive later without activating the virus. Type: rename autorun.inf as virusfile and close out of the "Command" prompt box.
Double-click the "My Computer" icon and select the drive that has the infected file. Find the program that contains the infected file.
Right-click on the program and choose "Open."
Right-click on the file you renamed "virusfile" and choose "Delete."
Right-click on the ".exe" file and choose "Delete." You have now removed the virus from your computer's hard drive.
Your pendrive is infected with Autorun.inf virus
to remove this virus install malwarebytes (It is antimalware
software)and scan your whole computer as well as your pendrive when
you scaning finish remove all threats
IF the above method is not work
Try to format in other operating system like windows vista or in
windows 7 because in vista and 7 you can force format your pendrive
Sometimes it happens in windows XP that you are not able to open drives
on your hard disk. When you double click on the drives icons or right
click on the drive>>explore in My computer ,the drive does not
This problem is generally caused by most of the viruses which
infect windows XP system. They block or restrict your access to any of
But donâ€™t worry this is not a big trouble it can be fixed easily.
Normally when a virus infects a windows system which causes a drive
opening problem, it automatically creates a file named autorun.inf in
the root directory of each drive.
This autorun.inf file is a read only ,hidden and a system file and
the folder option is also disabled by the virus. This is deliberately
done by the virus in order to protect itself. autorun.inf initiates all
the activities that the virus performs when you try to open any drive.
Very simple . virus create some bad registry if you want to solve this problem then delet this registry
There is a free program called unlocker which will allow you to delete,move or whatever you want with a file. this program will even delete protected system files. you can find it here http://ccollomb.free.fr/unlocker/