Can not find script file "C:\ntv.vbs" [Solved/Closed]

mrkjt28 - Jan 8, 2010 at 08:59 PM - Latest reply:  Gama
- Sep 30, 2015 at 06:52 AM
Hello,

Can anyone help me on this?.My laptop was infected by virus Worm.VBS.Autorun.hu. After the antivirus deleted the virus, I can't open my C:\ and D:\ drives by double clicking the drive/right click then open file.
Can not find script file "C:\ntv.vbs" and "D:\ntv.vbs"

tnx n advance
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xpcman 19319 Posts Wednesday October 8, 2008Registration dateModeratorStatus September 22, 2018 Last seen - Jan 9, 2010 at 01:37 PM
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Thank you
Virus trouble

Sometimes it happens in windows XP that you are not able to open drives on your hard disk. When you double click on the drives icons or right click on the drive>>explore in My computer ,the drive does not open.

This problem is generally caused by most of the viruses which infect windows XP system. They block or restrict your access to any of the drives.

But don’t worry this is not a big trouble it can be fixed easily.

Fix:

Normally when a virus infects a windows system which causes a drive opening problem, it automatically creates a file named autorun.inf in the root directory of each drive.

This autorun.inf file is a read only ,hidden and a system file and the folder option is also disabled by the virus. This is deliberately done by the virus in order to protect itself. autorun.inf initiates all the activities that the virus performs when you try to open any drive.

You have to just delete this file and restart your system to correct this problem.

Follow the set of commands below to show and delete the autorun.inf

1. Open Start>>Run and type cmd and press enter. This will open a command prompt window. On this command prompt window type the following steps.

2. type cd\ this takes you to the root directory

3. type attrib -r -h -s autorun.inf this changes the file attributes to allow its deletion
4. type del autorun.inf

5. now type d: and press enter for d: drive partition. Now repeat steps 3 and 4. Similarly repeat step 5 for all your hard disk partition.

Restart your system and your trouble will be fixed. Except you still have the virus that started the problem. Run a virus scan to fix that problem.

Good Luck

Thank you, xpcman 3

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