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#1 tom10002000

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Posted 10 August 2011 - 10:53 AM

hello a friend of mine is infected with a malware infection (vista home security) and i told him i would post him out a cd of programs needed to remove malware as his internet is redirected etc.
The programs i am puting on cd are FixNCR.reg ,rkill and superantispyware portable.
My qusestion is this. Is it possible for me to create an autorun program(naming this program iexplorer.exe or something) which will run all these programs once cd is inserted.I know rkill is named iexplore.exe
I wish to make the process for him as simple as possible.
I wish to run fix.ncr.reg once then rkill twice (making sure all processes stopped) then run superantispyware.
regards tom

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Posted 10 August 2011 - 11:25 AM

We have self-help guides for removing common malware with step by step instructions.

Please see How to Remove XP Anti-Spyware 2011, Vista Security 2011, Vista Home Security.

There is a reason the instructions are provided in a specific way and order so you should not deviate from them. Doing otherwise will hamper the effectiveness of the guide and you may have to start over to ensure proper removal.
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