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Wnidows Displayed "can Not Find Script File C:\autorun.vbs"


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#1 sharul106

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Posted 06 May 2007 - 10:56 PM

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this picture when i perform a right click......what the hell is written over there??

when i double click my c drive....it displayed "can not find script file c:\autorun.vbs"....

any other way then formatting??

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Posted 07 May 2007 - 01:56 AM

Think you have a flash drive infection but not sure


Your best option would be

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Posted 07 May 2007 - 11:51 PM

just found it....somewhere (i'm not even try it yet.....)

In some situation especially when anti-virus program has cleaned,
healed, disinfected or removed a worm, trojan horse or virus from
computer, there may be error happening whenever users try to open
or access the drive by double clicking on the disk drive icon in Explorer
or My Computer window to try to enter the drive’s folder. The problem
or symptom happens in hard disk drive, portable hard disk drive or
USB flash drive, and Windows will prompt a dialog box with the
following message:
Windows Script Host
Can not find script file autorun.vbs.
Sometimes you will be asked to debug the VBScript with error code of
800A041F - Unexpected ‘Next’.
or
Choose the program you want to use to open this file with:
In this case, the “Always use the selected program to open this kind of
file” option is grayed out.
The symptom occurs because when autorun.vbs is created by trojan
horse or virus. The virus normally loads autorun.inf file to root folder
of all hard drive or USB drive, and then execute autorun.bat file which
contains script to apply and merge autorun.reg into the registry, with
possible change to the following registry key to ensure that virus is
loaded when system starts:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows
NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]
Userinit=userinit.exe,autorun.exe
Finally, autorun.bat will call wscript.exe to run autorun.vbs.
When antivirus or security software detected the autorun.vbs file as
infected, the file will be deleted or removed or quarantined. However,
other files (autorun.*) and registry value still referring to autorun.vbs,
and this document no longer exists, hence the error when users
double click to open a drive folder.

To correct and solve this error, follow this steps:

1. Run Task Manager (Ctrl-Alt-Del or right click on Taskbar)
2. Stop wscript.exe process if available by highlighting the process
name and clicking End Process.
3. Then terminate explorer.exe process.
4. In Task Manager, click on File -> New Task (Run…).
5. Type “cmd” (without quotes) into the Open text box and click OK.
6. Type the following command one by one followed by hitting
Enter key:
del c:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a
del d:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a
del e:\autorun.* /f /s /q /a
c, d, e each represents drive letters on Windows system. If there
are more drives or partitions available, continue to command by
altering to other drive letter. Note that you must also clean the
autorun files from USB flash drive or portable hard disk as the
external drive may also be infected.
7. In Task Manager, click on File -> New Task (Run…).
8. Type “regedit” (without quotes) into the Open text box and click
OK.
9. Navigate to the following registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows
NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
10. Check if the value name and value data for the key is
correct (the value data of userint.exe include the path which
may be different than C drive, which is also valid, note also the
comma which is also needed):
“Userinit”=”C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe,”
If the value is incorrent, modify it to the valid value data





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