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I Have DELETED Explorer.exe File With KillBox. Can I Get It Back?

When i delete some pictures the virus multiply? Join Now For immediate help use Live now! I am trying killbox again to replace with dummy on reboot, fingers crossed... We'll let you know when a new response is added. http://custsolutions.net/i-have/i-have-a-buffer-overrun-from-internet-explorer.php

I selected the option to "End Explorer Shell While Killing" in Killbox. There is no apparent infection (virus, spyware, malware). If you click on a video file, to open the video player you use, then that first file may be locked until you close the program, no matter how many other As this is not a system file you are trying to delete it cannot be linked with anything else as far as I know.

Even on healthy machines. If you are experiencing a similar issue, please ask a related question Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Av for Windows mobile 3 93 2016-10-19 Antivirus - Webroot vs Symantec? I was deleting files from the C prompt using Dir command switches to scope them out by date.

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it worked well. The website even has a side by side comparision of other programs that accomplish this task. shisism, Aug 2, 2005 #1 Elvandil Joined: Aug 1, 2003 Messages: 51,988 What computer? Thanking you in advance for any reply.

But then the folder would pop right back up on my desktop. Correct me if I'm wrong, but if i'm not mistaken win2k is the running engine for winXP system. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. To use the program all you need to do is to download this program online and save all the settings to your computer.

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Well, it worked like a charm and deleted the DLL, but upon a reboot of the system, the explorer shell will not run. this content Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use. If you get an “Access is Denied” error while accessing a folder then it means the administrator has not allowed you permission to access it. Are not these three (3) legitimate Windows processes? 2. ........................

Found a really good sounding procedure using KillBox plus 2 others (C-Cleaner - and Process Mgr?) That looked like the ticket until KillBox just - well - this virus has to Several functions may not work. It says access is denied even though I can access it with my LG TV. weblink i have tried many different programs to delete them.

Killbox keeps a backup of every file that has been deleted, did you try restoring it? And dont I have to turn off Windows AutoUpdating Service before trying to rename anything for i386 dir? ................................................ However, upon deleting the entry and rebooting, the problem still persists. 0 Message Author Comment by:John-D-Chapman ID: 188511622007-04-04 Apologies to all.

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Plan for the day now after 6 hrs of sleep is/was to hit Staples' $100 350gb HD deal.Have 9 days left to activate new XP Pro which had to happen to I am giving the points to rpggamergirl, since she was on the right track, eluding to the fact that the missing DLL had something to do with it (she suggested restoring Yes, the google toolbar is still installed, explaining the entry you saw in my Hijack This! The file isn't in use...the name makes it so that Windows thinks you are referring to a drive whenever you type it.

Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Use that name to delete the file. If it doesn't kill Regedit or Process Explorer it is probably not aware of the tools I just mentioned, either.Since Regedit works an analyst could use a Silent Runners log to http://custsolutions.net/i-have/i-have-deleted-the-first-part-of-my-problem.php The file is in use by another program or user.

WinPFind3 does not even need Regedit -- it deletes files and reg keys from a script file that the analyst creates for the user. This system looks way better than one I had seen................................................