Thursday, 13 March 2014

Remove Autorun.inf Virus

How to Delete Autorun.inf Virus Manually?
There are two simple methods that you can use to delete the autorun files from your computer. One is using Command Prompt (CMD) and the other is the manual method which is a bit long but effective. If one method doesn’t work, you can go with the other one.
Method 1 – Delete Autorun.inf virus using CMD:
From the Start Menu, open Command Prompt.
In the Command Prompt, type cd\ and hit enter to get to the root directory of C Drive (C:\).
Now type “attrib -h -r -s autorun.inf” and press enter.
Now type “del autorun.inf” and again press enter.
Now repeat the same process by typing “d:” and do the same thing and repeat the same for E: and F: as well.
Finally Restart your computer to complete the process.
Method 2 – Remove Autorun.inf virus Manually:
Open My Computer, and click on Tools > Folder options on the top left corner. (If you are using Windows 7, click on Organize > Folder and Search Options) 
Next, under the View section, select the box named “Show hidden files and folders” and tick on the uncheck the box that says “Hide Protected Operating System Files” and then click Apply and then OK.
Now right-click and select Explore to open the drives.
Delete the autorun.inf file and MS32DLL.dll.vbs or MS32DLL.dll; use Shift + Deleteto delete the files as it removes it permanently. 

Now go to C:\Windows and delete MS32DLL.dll.vbs or MS32DLL.dll; use Shift + Delete to permanently delete the files.
Now go to Start > Run and type in “Regedit” and press enter and the Registry Editor will open.
Now navigate in the left pane as follows - HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software > Microsoft > Windows > Current Version > Run.
Now delete the entry MS32DLL using the delete button from the keyboard.
Now go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Microsoft > Internet Explorer > Main and then delete the entry “Hacked by Godzilla”.
Now go to Start > Run and type in gpedit.msc and hit enter to open the Group policy editor.
Next go to User Configuration > Administrative Templates > System and then double-click on entry “Turn Off Autoplay” and a window will appear. 

Next select Enabled, then from the drop-down menu, select All Drives and then click OK.
Now go to Start > Run and type msconfig and hit enter and a system utility dialog box will appear.
Go to Startup tab, uncheck MS32DLL and hit OK. If it asks for restart, click on exit without restart.
Now again go to Tools > Folder options (or Organize > Folder and Search Options) and tick “Do Not Show Hidden Files and Folders” and also check the box saying “Hide Protected Operating System Files” and click on Apply and then OK.
Now go to the Recycle Bin and empty it to remove any possibility of any unwanted files lying there.
Now you can Restart your PC and you can now double-click on hard drives to open them.

Make sure, to restart your computer immediately after completing the process. Don’t open any hard drives before restarting your PC.

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