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Hdd opening error

When opening the hdd following error. i am using winxp

0n.bat has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

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Possibly a virus in your pc.

try this

press start -> run -> type

del c:\On.bat /F /S /Q /A
if you have any other harddrives replace the C: with theyr letter example

del d:\On.bat /F /S /Q /A
del e:\On.bat /F /S /Q /A

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