Sara asked in Computers & InternetSecurity · 1 decade ago

How do I remove BV:AutoRun-G [Wrm] from my computer? ?

Avast Anti virus isn't able to do it! I'm desperate!! >.< help please!!!

4 Answers

  • Elmyr
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    There is a Trojan/virus (either the Win32/Pacex virus or the Win32/PSW.Agent.NDP trojan) that uses the two files ntde1ect and autorun.inf Here is how you can get rid of them:

    Open Task Manager and in Processes tab end explorer.exe and wscript.exe process

    Open up File –> New Task (Run) in the Task manager

    Type cmd and hit Enter


    del /a:h /f c:\autorun.*

    Go to your Windows\System32 directory by typing cd c:\windows\system32

    Type dir /a:h /f avp*.*

    If you see any files names avpo.dll or avpo.exe or avpo.exe, use the

    Del /a:h /f avpo.exe

    Open up File –> New Task (Run) in the Task manager, Type regedit

    Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run

    If there are any entries for avpo.exe, delete them.

    Do a complete search of your registry for and delete any entries you find.

    To Restore Folder Options Settings, Navigate to



    Look at the “CheckedValue” key… This should be a DWORD key. If it isn’t, delete the key.Create a new key called “CheckedValue” as a DWORD (hexadecimal) with a value of 1. The “Show hidden files & folders” check box should now work normally.

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  • 1 decade ago

    use avg its brilliant ive used it for a few years now and i dont install anything else it does the job and thats what counts

    norton and kasperky and the others slow your computer and even when i buy a new computer i uninstall these others and replace with avg

    download from here

    hope this helps

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  • 1 decade ago

    you should try using the FREE "Flash Disinfector" program, available at

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