ESET Anti Virus Error on Svchost.exe

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Hi,

Please tell me about my antivirus its recommended me ever time to restart your computer.

Real-time file system protection file .

"C:Documents and SettingsNetworkServiceLocal SettingsTemporary Internet FilesContent.IE56G84OXAHdldn[1].bmp a variant of Win32/Conficker.X worm cleaned by deleting (after the next restart) – quarantined NT AUTHORITYSYSTEM Event occurred on a new file created by the application: C:WINDOWSsystem32svchost.exe."

this note always be appear.

Anticipatory thanks.

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Best Answer by John marary
Answered By 0 points N/A #126509

ESET Anti Virus Error on Svchost.exe

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Dear Zohaib

  • This message shows that there are still virus in your computer and he try to corrupt your svchost.exe. If this file has being corrupt by virus then your operating system did not run properly.
  • First you should go to C:Documents and SettingsNetworkServiceLocal SettingsTemporary Internet Files  folder and select all files and delete the files. Empty recycle bin then :
  • update your antivirus and run complete scan of your computer. Remember, if virus found not quarantine the files just delete all infected files.

take care

jhony

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #126510

ESET Anti Virus Error on Svchost.exe

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Dear Zohaib,

I can just tell you how to disable this message which is coming on start up because I am not sure about it that it is a virus or spam or registry error. So to just remove from start up follow this :

Go to start menu and click on RUN now here type "msconfig" a new window will open and here you have to select the startup in this tab check the error which is listed in your case when you find it simply unchecked it the it will not come next time you boot up. If the problem is located in you registry values then it is a complicated task to solve that I will ask you to reinstall new Antivirus program to solve this problem.

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