Virus Replicating files in windows

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Hi,

my computer was recently attacked by a virus when i connected it to a USB drive of a friend. The virus replicated all folders in the windows and creates .exe files. I tried installing Anti-viruses but they do not detect the virus. 

any help regarding the issue?

 

 

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Virus Replicating files in windows

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You have to use any automated tools to get rid of all the files including those created or replicated by a REPLICATING VIRUS.  Those files and the backups can be removed with specialized tools like Avg virus Removal, Avg Anti Virus, Trojan Horse Virus,  Trojan Virus Removal, Trojan Virus Scan,Virus Removal, Virus Remover, McAfee Anti Virus, Malicious Software Removal Tool and the likes.

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Virus Replicating files in windows

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Hi,

Just read your query and concern. I suggest you back up all your important files into a clean flash drive. It will depend on how large your files are but anyway, if you also have an optical media drive that can burn a blank cd and preferably a blank DVD. Select the files you want to back up using a Nero software or any windows based application for burning or copying files.

These is really important as not for you to lose all your files. In these scenario, there is nothing you can do but to re-format your system since all "exe and com" files have already been infected by virus. Healing these files will not be a guarantee that your pc will work the way it used to before.

I have done this almost a hundred times with my friends and even myself wherein i come across with the same problem you are having. No way for you to revive your system or OS. everything there is also affected. If you are looking for an anti-virus that could heal your stuffs, i honestly say that there is but your OS will not be as stable as it was before. You will just receive error messages. Back up your files first before you do some drastic moves…

Just a tip from an experienced friend.

Good luck.

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