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Can't enter my computer & control panel

When i tried to open control panel and other folders on my laptop i get this message: this file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. The operating system is windows vista

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You picked up a Trojan Virus. You have to re-install Operating System!! Sucks to be you, dude. Been there, done that.

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Sounds like you are a good candidate for a re installation of your operating system

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hi dear

it's mean your had error in win32.dll, causing by trojan or worm

just remove the virus first

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