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Ways to repair/replace command prompt other than a OS repair due to infection


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#1 jeshrel

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Posted 24 September 2013 - 02:01 AM

Hi,
 
My system recently got infected with a virus and i cleaned it using my antivirus software but my command prompt is acting weird.
 
Example:
 
I open command prompt and it gets directed to my "c:\documents and settings\admin\> ping 17.120.0.1" when i ping my router from here its able to ping no problem.
 
Now i type in 
 
"c:\documents and settings\admin\>cd c:\
 c:\>ping 17.120.0.1
 c:\>ping 17.120.0.27
 c:\>
 c:\>cls"
 
It automatically pings another ip and clears it repeatedly
 
What should i do and how to replace/repair command prompt without running a OS repair.
 
OR IS MY COMPUTER STILL INFECTED
 

 



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#2 SpywareDoc

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Posted 24 September 2013 - 06:24 PM

What do you get if you type:

 

dir c:\ping.*

 

at any command prompt?






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