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Doubt Hello Sir, This is Umesh.. My system contains a virus effected file regsvr.exe which is effected by W32.Imaut virus ...After every scan it wont get deleted even if i try to do so... Please guide me how to remove the file ...

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Hi Umesh,

Firstly i'll give u a command which might help u sort out the issue.

1. Open up start menu and click run and type "regsvr32 C:\windows\system32\zipfldr.dll /u" and click ok. ( I did this because sometimes your pc will be saying ur cpu usage is 100% and your harddisk space will be shown as full, typing that command will fix that)

2 . If the first step didnt help you. Insert your windows Xp cd and reboot. boot with the cd and then go to your recovery console and type "expand d:\i386\regsvr32.ex_ c:\windows\system32\regsvr32.exe


Follow those 2 steps and let me know if that doesnt help. I'll be happy to help you out.

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Try the antivirus mcafee

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