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Everytime i open my computer a pop up appears as script file "C:\WINDOWS\xhv.vbs"

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Its a virus... boot virus... check on this link
http://www.technize.com/how-to-remove-bootvbs-virus/

Posted on Dec 30, 2010

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Can not Find. Script File C:\WINDOWS\System32\CleanViirus.vbs


it is a virus plz follow the instruction bellow to remove this virus:

  1. Go to Task Manager –> Processes and End the following processes in order:
    1. dxdlg.exe
    2. wscript.exe
  2. Go to Start –> Run –> regedit –> Open the following key:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows NTCurrentVersionWinlogon
  3. In the right hand pane, select Userinit and delete everything except “C:windowssystem32userinit.exe”
  4. userinit-thumb.png
  5. Make sure the processes wscript.exe and dxdlg.exe are not running.
  6. Delete the following files
    1. C:WindowsSystem32dxdlg.exe
    2. C:WindowsSystem32boot.vbs
    3. In your Windows drive, search for boot.vbs and delete all of them.
    4. In your Windows drive, search for kinza.exe and delete all of them.
  7. Disable System Restore and then Enable it again.
  8. Restart your computer.
Hopefully everything will be cleaner now and your computer will be free from boot.vbs virus icon_smile.gif . Please share your experiences.

Mar 31, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional With...

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On startup cannot find script file 'cleanvirus.vbs'


May be you affected with a virus or missing some files...try to restore go to start /Accessories/System tools/System restore...try it

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My computer is not creating Restore Points... yes it's turned on... yes I know how to do a manual... but it disappears when the next Restore Point is created... can you help?


Creating a System Restore point using a shortcut For a more elegant way to create a System Restore point using Script in Windows Vista, check out our article Create System Restore Points Quickly using Script in Windows Vista and Windows XP.
Alternately, you may use the method below:
Copy the contents below to a Notepad document, and save it to a file name with .vbs extension (Example: createrp.vbs) and close Notepad.
set SRP = getobject("winmgmts:\\.\root\default:Systemrestore")
CSRP = SRP.createrestorepoint ("Created a Restore Point now", 0, 100)
If CSRP <> 0 then
Msgbox "Error " & CSRP & ": Unable to create System Restore point"
End if
Right-click on the Desktop and select New - Shortcut
Create a shortcut with the following target:
wscript.exe c:\scripts\createrp.vbs
Note: The above assumes that the createrp.vbs script is present in the c:\scripts folder. If that's not the case, change the Path accordingly.
Name the shortcut file name as Create Restore Point
Running the script To create a System Restore point, run the script with elevated mode. To do so, right-click on the newly created shortcut (Create Restore Point.lnk) and choose Run as administrator. When you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. A System Restore point will automatically be created.

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Can not find script file cleanvirus vbs


Can not Find. Script File
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My problem is everytime I open up any instalation programs it says something like this the handle is invalid


update ur windows..it might be a java or vbs script problem..or some file system corrupted....or try to download a newer version of windows installer..it might help!!!

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Script file "c:\Documents and Setting\Quality\boot.vbs".


I guess this is a Startup item on your computer and you can easily remove this from your computer by going in to the registry. But, before that to make sure you can try disabling it from the system configuration utility..

In order to do that, click Start -> Run -> Msconfig -> Ok
Click Startup tab and look for the entry boot.vbs..
Simply clear the check box and restart the computer..

Lemme know the result.. if it works then i can assist you in removing it permanently.

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Problem while starting computer


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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