Hi, I think merely removing the autorun.inf would not resolve your issue. Autorun.inf files come with an associated file which could be the real virus. Anyway, you could open with notepad the autorun.inf file to check exactly what file that autorun.inf is actually running.
Or if you use command prompt, locate the location of the autorun.inf. Then rename it first, say, autorun.txt and read it.
To remove the autorun.inf, I posted a reply containing a link for an application I use in removing it.
Please read here: http://ccm.net/forum/affich 53582 autorun inf