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U3 System not starting at all.

Autorun.inf was infected and deleted.Now it is not starting any more.What should i do.

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  • Anonymous Aug 26, 2008

    The cruzer won't come up on my computer at all

  • Anonymous Aug 27, 2008

    The light that usually stays on when I insert the flash drive, doesn't stay on any more

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No light means inf file most likely missing and currently I don't know exactly how to get that back when it's on a vista machine
or XP machine sinse XP machine will see it just fine even if vista doesn't , but thats not always the rule

the good news is it's not broken and don't give up

soon as I find a fix for it , I'll certanly post it up for you

what I do know is the format usb read/write format tool from the sandisk site can't work in vista if vista can't see the durn thing

so I may get lucky and get it repaird on my XP pro nforce2 machine

let me check that right now

this mess of course requires I log into xp as Administrator
a lovely ordeal you can use tweakUI for it or a manuel registry edit if you have XP pro

I prefure the hot fast and nasty direct registry edit to get the
Administrator account up on the welcome screen , it works
double word value Administrator decimal value 1

I'm very sorry this is such a long post but it's a complex matter
full of confusion you'll deffinately need to set a pass word
for the Administrator account or the sandisk tool will throw a fit

well I've just confirmed that the sandisk usb-test-tool does not work even after I went through all that mess

it claims it can't see the stick or I don't have administrator rights
which we know is a complete lie , thank you sandisk for nothing

I probably just saved you some time

if I find a solution I'll post it , at this point I suspect it's vista's fault like everything else is lol

I need a smoke and I'm very sorry I didn't solve this but it means one step closer to a solution

do not give up. thats the rule in computers , do not give up

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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follow my steps.

1. remove your mcafee
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if you computer is very infected and you are not able to install the 2 antivirus i told, then do it on
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Avast also is a good antivirus which you can use.

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Sometimes for virus or trojan horse you may difficulties opening your drives. Your autorun.inf is infected if you find any abnormal language when you right-click on a drive. This autorun.inf file is hidden and you will not see the file even though you select to show your all files from Folder Options.

1. Goto Start --> Run and type cmd then click OK.
2. If you want to remove the infected file from drive C: then type C: then press Enter.
3. Type "autorun.inf" and press Enter.
4. Type "del autorun.inf" then press Enter. The file is in the drive but not showing or you can't delete it now.
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Fix:

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Give ne a solution


dear friend no antivirus can delete all the harmful files still some are there as u tell open a list when opening the local hard drive so there is a file present in each drives which do so.
this file name is autorun.inf
to delete the file do the following........
in run command type cmd now ur dos prompt will appear
c:\Documents and Settings\usr>
now give the command
c:\Documents and Settings\usr>cd \
now u will be on c location as
c:\>
now give command
c:\>dir/a
it will shows all the files in cluding hidden
now give command
c:\>attrib -h -s autorun.inf
it will change the file properties
now give the delete comand with forcefully
c:\>del /f autorun.inf
now this file will be removed
do it in all the drives present in u drives
there will be autorun.inf file in all drives delete all files. restart ur system now u can enjoy all the drives will open normally
best of luck.

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