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Msg while start up

When ever my computer starts up one message appears that is "cannot find file 'C:\WINDOWS\system32\virus Removal.vbs' ". plls fix the problem

one more thing when i insert the pendrive my computer is not reading it. when i insert pendrive computer is asking to format it. it is having an important data. ONE MORE THING I WANT TO SAY IS when i reinstaled my computer with windows xp cd that i have forgotten to remove the pendrive from the cpu slot. In my computer all drivers were formatted. now i want to recover the data in pendrive only. is possible?

pls fix my problem

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Yes, you can recovery it. There is a lot of recovery program available on the web, most of it is need to pay. You can try using below free recovery tool to recover your data.

http://www.freewarefiles.com/Pandora-Recovery_program_30715.html

http://www.freewarefiles.com/MediaDoctor_program_38001.html

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