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Reo82.exe virus My system was affected by a virus , now i am not able to open the drives in single window

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I feel you frustration. Have you tried to to boot from a recovery disk or try safe mode and most virus software programs let you scan and remove the infected computers virus.

Ouch!

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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Hello,

Right click My Computer, select Properties, choose System Restore and turn off SR on all drives.

Then, do all the manual removals you posted before. Then, go to this url:
http://www.kaspersky.com/virusscanner
and run the full virus scan on all drives.

Because the files you note as infected are actually required by XP to run, you may not actually be able to go online, still try not to remove those files if possible, once they are removed you will have to restart your machine with the XP Disc and tell it to install, load any specific drivers needed such as those for your raid array if you have one, only when Setup tells you Windows is already installed, select Repair instead of New and Windows will heal your system.

So, because of those critical files being corrupted, don't be too surprised that when your online scan asks you to clean your system that your system freezes or halts at some point. Just be prepared with your Windows disc and Product Key.

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" After receiving many complaints from people’s about this virus, I finally decided to guide the users about the removal of this virus. Some of the problems caused by this virus are :
1. Show Hidden Files and Folders not working.
2. My Computer Drives open another explorer window.
3. When you run a program, just in 2 or 3 minutes the program dissappears (Actually runs in background but you can not see its window in foreground).
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Unfortunately, I have no removal tool to remove this virus at the time of writing, but you will soon see one. You can try the manual removal of it.
Manual Removal
Caution : While the manual process is going on, do not open any My Computer drive.
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first download taskiller in http://www.rsdsoft.com/task_killer/index.php4
and install it to
your computer because you cant use taskmanager to terminate the virus(the
virus automatically close taskmanager).

-run taskiller and left click it on the system tray(the one with a skull icon)

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note: close only file that have the same icon of Funny UST Scandal.avi.exe


CMD STEPS
1-now, click "start" then "run"
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-if theres any drive or a partition type "d:" in command prompt without quotes
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-now type this on the command prompt "cd windows" without quotes(na naman!)
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Note:
If you have problems opening drives in My Computer open regedit find
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Hope this helps

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Funny UST scandal virus Disinfection.. Virus Disinfection Using McAfee Antivirus

1. To disinfect the virus please download the latest sdat????.exe from this site and save it C:\TEMP

2. Now restart the System and press F8 key
3. Select Safe mode with Command Prompt
4. Then change directory to C:\TEMP
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After few seconds in that directory you will find some files that extracted from the dat file.

6. Give commands as follows:

C:\Temp>SCAN /all /adl /clean /report Report.log

This will clean all the virus in the system.

Hope this will helps you..

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