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Problem while starting computer

Wnenever I start the computer a message is displayed saying.. Can not find script file "C:WINDOWSststem32AVG.vbs". Currently I am using trial version of Kaspersky anti virus. Previously I was using trial version of AVG 7.5. This problem started while I was using AVG anti virus. But as AVG was slowing down my so I changed it. But the message is still displayed whenever I start the computer. Can you tell me the reason? Also I want to know how good is NOD32 & Avast as anti virus?

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Hello..

TO remove this error messege follow these steps.


type "regedit" in run dialog box.


Navigate to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon"

There is a string value named "userinit".

The value of this key should "c:\windows\system32\userinint.exe"
Delete anything thing after this.

Now logoff and relogin or Reboot.

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Errors that come up with .vbs are generally visual basic script errors. They come up when u install or uninstall any security softwares.
I was also getting the same error some time ago
The error which i got was
C:/windows/system32/worm.vbs not found or missing
Now to remove it is pretty simple
This is just a junk file now that is there on you r system
You need to follow the link goto my computer

open c:
open windows folder
open system 32 folder
find the file avg.vbs and delete it.
I think this file is there on you r system coz u had AVG before and now u removed it.
If u are not able to find avg.vbs then it might be hidden.
Goto tools at the top then folder options and u will find an option to show all hidden files and folders just selecet that one and hit apply and ok
then see whethet you are able to find that file in system 32 folder.
If still u cant find it then goto start then click on search (win xp)
click on files and folders and search for avg.vbs in c drive
if u find it then delete it
If still u cant find it then goto this link
http://www.download.com/FileAssassin/3000-2094_4-10639988.html
and download file assassin.exe
install and run it on the system
when u run it u will see a box there ( blank white box in which u need to MANUALLY type the exact link of the file which is c:/windows/system32/avg.vbs

Select "use normal delete function"
and then click on delete and it would be deleted.
restart ur system and u will never see that error coming up again.
Thanks and regards
Plz dont forget to rate

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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    Rohit Chadha Jun 09, 2008

    KASPERSKY IS THE BEST AVAILABLE TO DAY.
    NOD 32 is not good .
    AVAST IS GOOD

    what i would recommend

    INSTALL AVAST ANTIVIRUS ( good ) and free to download.
    and also install SYGATE PERSONAL FIREWALL BY SYMANTEC (same people who build norton )
    and SYGATE IS FREE OF COST AS WELL)

    In this way you will have security in both ways antivirus as well as firewaall
    I have kasperksy trial and sygate firewall
    and when my kaspersky finishes i am planning to install AVAST or AVIRA will also do.



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Hi,

Try using this to cleanup your computer.

www.ccleaner.com

I personally use AVAST and highly recommend it...plus it's totally free.

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