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Opening extra windows

Im not being able to unhide my hide folders.n each time when i open a drive it opens with a new window.

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Your system is infected with virus so your system has to be disinfected from safe mode with command prompt.

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
5. There type the filename and give the parameters as follows:

C:TEMP>sdat5372.exe /e

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..

If this works please comment me.....

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