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I have lost the "folder option" from control panel and also in the windows explorer "tools>folder options" by the effect of "trosan horse virus" but i can see the hidden files and folders by using only the dos command prompt. how will this resolve this problem.
i have tried also the repairing of the "windows xp -sp2" operating system but can't got the result. i have also run the avg-8 antivirus and trosen horse and other viruses has been removed from my system. i always update the avg antivirus by the internet. can u please solve my problem.

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Hi Ravishekhar, if you don't want to install operating system in own pc then i will suggest


process by process


(1) control panel
(2) user account
(3) guest on
(4) win+L.
(5) open the guest
now your solution is solved .

satyapal ,,,,,,,9934141768


Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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