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Your PC infected by Unknown Trojan it might be lost your critical file.

Unknown Trojan infected pc so automatically display on windows the request install antisyware program recommanded on every serch so how can i such registery cancelled ? and to stop it forever

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  • Anonymous Apr 02, 2008

    in c drive there is rundtl.exe named which is impossible to delete.

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I thnk your sys is infected by ust funny scandal.exe ,xmss.exe

if u have this reply me

Posted on Apr 02, 2008

  • kishor khatri
    kishor khatri Apr 02, 2008

    hi
    install taskkiller software u get it to this link
    http://www.rsdsoft.com/downloads.php4 taskkiller 2.30 download it.
    then go the safe mode
    kill the proceess of ust funny scandal and xmss.exe if they are.
    then go to the search option check all box in search advanced optition.then go to tools -folder option and show all hidden files and folders and system files show true.
    thwen search the file ust funny scandal.exe and xmss.exe in all drives then delete all files .
    then restart pc.
    now go to all drives if u see the ust funny in any drives del it.
    your pro is solved if u not any mistake.
    scan your sys with quick heal update.

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