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    Quote Originally Posted by alphabetagammadelta91
    Now i booted in to Mandriva and read my ntfs partion ,There I found three .com files lying in he c:\ of my computer namely h.com,i.com,ofddh.exe,ntdlr,autorun.inf
    Do NOT remove ntldr or your system will fail to boot. The other files you mention shouldn't be there, remove them.

    And I agree with Undies.. DO NOT EXECUTE THEM!
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    Formatting and reinstalling the OS is the surest way to remove a virus..

    Being a little more proactive in preventing a virus infection is also key.

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    I would.. settle down here.. Try one of the Live OS CD's be it a bart PE or UBCD .. even many *nix distros allow correct mounting of NTFS partitions for editing... ubuntu 7.1 has for me..
    I will try that now

    Formatting and reinstalling the OS is the surest way to remove a virus..

    Being a little more proactive in preventing a virus infection is also key.

    MLF
    I have a upto date AV (Avast).
    I still do not know how i got infected

    Thanks dear
    Last edited by alphabetagammadelta91; February 21st, 2008 at 01:31 PM. Reason: Added more stuff

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    Sweetie pie

    Up to date Av applications do not prevent viruii

    Virus prevention is a layered approach...patched OS, limited user accounts, firewalls

    and lets not forget...internet and email habits

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    nobody thinks that executing these command files is a good idea? damn I tried =)

    avast won't delete the files in safe mode scares me a lil bit...

    good luck honey bun lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphabetagammadelta91
    If you can help please do help ,and if you are here to tell me that i am incompetent or stupid or what ever ,i bet that even your question look stupid to some one
    Whoa, there. No offense intended. I may be just a bit trigger-happy on the derision/insult gun, but with good reason. I apologize if I offended you, ABGD91.

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    Well so any suggestion except for formating it again or reinstalling it.

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    execute the files =) just kidding... what av are you using for your other OS?

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    I have me a linux (madriva) and it don't need an antivirus.

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    you don't need an anti virus software for linux based OS's?

    Learn something new everyday! What is the world coming to when the new generation of virii writers just stop writing for linux...

    Forget windows and having to worry about firewalls, anti-virus, spyware, etc..
    I'm going to get a copy of linux and be safe =)

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