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Svchost.exe Virus Attack And Winlogin Error

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#1 sivampeta.dheeraj


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Posted 21 March 2007 - 02:02 PM


I feel my computer has been attacked by a svchost.exe virus because

whenever I log on the system I get a message saying that 'The following

command was not found: firewall set allowedprogram %systemroot%\sy
stem32\scvhost.exe enable.' in a window and also I am unable to

connect to most of the anti-virus companies sites like symantec,macfee


I have tried various methods for removing that virus but to no avail. And

also whenever I shut down the system a winlog.exe message window

appears saying that there is some information missing at some particular

address location of the memory and when I click the OK button the

system reboots again.Only on the second attempt does the system shut


The system is running on Windows 2000 professional SP 4.0. I have tried

anti-virus scans,registry clearners, unnecessary files cleaners but could

not fix the problem.

Is there any way out or the only way of formatting the C: drive of its

operating system left? I am attaching the error messages in image format

alongwith this message for your convenience.

Looking forward to your replies.

Thanking You


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