Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
How about I make it simple:
Download and run:
Called malwarebytes antimalware; it's free. I use it three times a day. superantispyware is not bad, but malwarebytes will remove it in a quick scan without needing to go to safe mode. regardless, my suggestion download BOTH run BOTH in a full scan, start with malware bytes full scan after updating them both. then reboot and run full scan of the superantispyware as well, do this for every login. it will also fix the hijacked backround, and the missing tabs in video properties. which I can also help you with but it should do this for you automatically, also NOD32 will keep it out once it's removed:
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
Its been done by some kind of malware or spyware. You should do a complete scan of your computer for a virus and other malware to be safe....
This problem is most commonly caused by a virus called Brontok.Brontok virus will make some changes to the system Restrictions in order to hide itself from easy detection and also from easy cleaning....
Which ANTIVIRUS Program Do You use...?
U CAn Try This TOOL & Its a FREEWARE..
Since this tool is a security software that deals with the file system, the system registry and the running processes, it must be given all the rights it demands .
RRT will NOT protect you from any malware type that may infect your computer through CD/DVD drives, emails, or the internet. It's only programmed to protect you from the Flash disks malware. By using RRT with AutoRemove enabled, you will be sure 100% of that your computer will not get infected through flash disks!
DOWNLOAD IT FROM Here (U'll b able to access ur drive with this)
Updated : 2008/4/8
BRONTOK REMOVAL TOOLS (Stanalone Packages)
CompactByte AV Tools : Link
GDATA AntiWorm : Link
SOPHOS BrontGUI : Link
Kaspersky Brontok Removal Tool : Link
BITDefender Brontok Removal Tool : Link
BRONTOK Washer : Link THE BEST
OGNIZER AV Tool : Link
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
This is a common problem I believe, ya will find a fix at the site below... www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows/how-to-fix-double-click-always-opens-search-in-windows-explorer/
Posted on Sep 01, 2007
First you need a program to open them with. PPS files are PowerPoint Shows which is a part of Microsoft Office. If you do not have Office, you can download a free PowerPoint Viewer at:
Comment back if you have any trouble.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Nov 12, 2015 | HiBase DBF Viewer 2000
The icons and "Type" information are not part of the file. They are controlled by "file associations" defined in the computer registry. Here are several ways of adjusting the file associations
File will not open on double click - File Association
Note: if you have the Click-To-Run installation of Office Starter and you have "normal" installation of other version of Office you have to decide which version is going to have file association. Only one can be invoked by double clicking on file. Normally that would not be Starter.
Try repairing your Office installation, for example via Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel.
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