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How to remove Virus and trojans from USB Flash Drive

September 16th, 2009 | by admin |

USB-Autorun-Virus-Remover

USB Flash Drives are one of the main source of viruses and trojans.Whenever you plug in USB flash drive in a virus infected PC then USB flash drive also gets infected.Most of the viruses and trojans create autorun.inf file in USB flash drive so that whenever you plug the USB flash drive in another computer it will run autorun.inf file and PC gets infected.

USB Autorun Virus Remover provides protection against any malicious programs trying to attack via USB drive. When a USB device is inserted into your computer, Autorun Virus Remover will automatically scan it, block and delete autorun virus, trojans, and malicious code. Also, it can detect and remove USB virus such as autorun.inf virus in your computer.

Now you can be assured of immunity from those nasty pen drives, which are major sources of nasty viruses/trojan horses/worms.

Download : USB Autorun Virus Remover

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    One Response to “How to remove Virus and trojans from USB Flash Drive”

  1. By jeu on Sep 18, 2009 | Reply

    The steps below should assist you in deleting the autorun.inf file to fix your problem. Because the autorun.inf file is protected by Windows Operating system you will first have to unhide the file.

    1. Open My Computer.

    2. Select Tools > Folder Options.

    3. Select the View tab.

    4. Make sure that the Show hidden files and folder radio button is selected.

    5. Uncheck the check box by Hide protected operating system files (recommended).

    6. Click Ok.

    7. Click Yes to the error message and you will be back at My Computer.

    8. Right click on the drive icon from My Computer that you want to remove the autorun.inf file from.

    9. Select Open.

    10. Select the Browse button and choose to open it with the Explorer.exe file and click Ok.

    11. The drive should now be displayed in Windows Explorer and you can delete the autorun.inf file and restart your computer and you should have access to your flash drive.

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