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Virus in system

My system volume is infected with various,though i tried scanning through NOD32 but still it showing the messang"window cannot find c:\window\system32\winsit.exe" i even update my NOD32.so what your expert mind says.

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Is not every viruses that and anti virus program can handle. there r some viruses that requires manual removal so ys may be a case.now u try to vies the folder where it says it found a virus then folow a path to that folder u should see the file infected then delete it.iyt should go off.
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