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[SOLVED] How To Remove Load.exe-dontrunold From System.ini

Replace with c:\windows\options\cabs\ba if you have them. was suggested to go to the system .ini and locate the presence of : load.exe. At the time of the infection I was running the Microsoft Personal Web Server (PWS). we will find out tomorrow I guess. · actions · 2001-Sep-19 4:12 am · BXiong

BXiong Member 2001-Sep-19 4:16 am there was also more on the symantecs page that I didn't

FWIW, I've added the following files:Files=30,Autoexec.bat,Config.sys,Msdos.sysFiles=10,Scanreg.inia. To perform a PARTIAL restore of files contained in the compressed cabinets: (Windows must be running but if you're versed, it can be done at the MS-DOS prompt should Windows refuse If one of the above commands work (they may not...), reinstall to the C:\Windows folder, not any other. Can I get the correct shlwapi file somewhere else and just replace. see this here

Zee Comments See all(0) Add comment Anonymous 0 August 16, 2011 Boot to DOS either from a Win98 boot floppy or by pressing the F8 key repeatedly at startup and then Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 5 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions Where can I go from here. Try pressing F8 at startup, select Safe Mode.

Let's look at the key point where anti-virus fails over viruses: Virus's are perpetual and autonomous. However, an inspection of the file size of the MS Word executable would show a larger size after infection. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - ''Restore'' it. When I arrived in the morning to work I immediately noticed my workstation and many of the servers behaving eradically.

Anti-virus is primarily a manual process! The Restore Point and System CheckPoint files that are created under the above conditions are stored in compressed (.cab) format and are located in the _Restore folder (also known as the Someone who wants to write a virus needs to know little about writing programs. "Script Kiddies" is a term used to describe someone who downloads a virus's source code off the To determine the CabView version installed:(1) On the Start menu, point to Find, and then click Files Or Folders.(2) In the Named box, type Cabview.dll.

Comments See all(0) Add comment Anonymous 0 August 16, 2011 Can I use Windows XP cd instead of the 98se Comments See all(0) Add comment Anonymous 0 August 16, 2011 Well, Zee Comments See all(0) Add comment Anonymous 0 August 16, 2011 Thanks Zee, it worked and all my data is still there. Logically, these computers attacking were vulnerable to at least one of the vulnerabilities that nimda took advance of. I'm running windows 98..

Advertisement Recent Posts Sign of the times ekim68 replied Jan 31, 2017 at 10:49 PM Word List Game #14 Gr3iz replied Jan 31, 2017 at 10:31 PM Make Four Words Gr3iz I managed to stop the virus from spreading but moments after I start the web server it begins again. Glad that you were able to fix it! CHANGE this to C:\WINDOWS and proceed.

I find it still works better than McAfee, F-prot & Norton AV at cleaning the nimda virus. have a peek at these guys Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE FOR HOME USERS Bitdefender Total Security 2017 Bitdefender Internet Security 2017 Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2017 Bitdefender Family Pack 2017 Bitdefender Antivirus If I seem sore, I am. You must reinstall IE or Windows.

Thanks in advance Comments See all(0) Add comment Anonymous 0 August 16, 2011 >> I have a copy of win98 se cd, can I reinstall with this, if so how? << Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Security & Malware Removal > Virus & Other Malware Removal > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links This filter DLL once installed returns an 'Internal Server Error' to anyone attempting to take advantage of the vulnerability. check over here I can't speak for anyone else, but the test server we had set up lost it's desktop, start menu, and more.It appeared to me that the worm made some registry changes...

anyhow... Anyway to do it without a floppy? Although I can't exactly say what the mind of a virus writer is, I can only surmise they write viruses to satisfy thier ego in that they have made something that

This is the system.ini line which loads the worm.

It makes me wonder about this copy of 98. The presence of this file simply means there was a setup problem with IE at the date of creation. Hardly. We just created an AD Domain on Windows 2003 and we're getting some weird problems.

The article [Q184023] describes the command-line switches which can be used when either the MS-DOS version (Scanreg.exe) or the Windows version (Scanregw.exe) of the Registry Checker tool is run.6. then 8 hours of hacking at the computer trying to figure out how to get rid of this virus... The McAfee site also has a special tool for cleaning up nimda at the AVERT Tools Page I haven't tried it yet, but it it may be easier than any other dll+not+fo und& clearT AFilter=tr ue ) That post said that I may not have the correct shlwapi file.

I also knew that nimda didnt patch any vulnerabilities it used. Reboot the computer.7. I used the System File Checker (c:\win98\system\sfc.exe) to repair this problem (ie, replace the file). Notice there is a memory scanner too.

For instruction on how to do this, read the document How to configure Norton AntiVirus to scan all files.3. Run a full system scan.4. When succesfully ex... 4. The doc's I read said something about 'before deleting, determine if the files are needed and restore from back-up if necessary" After running the repair everything ran correctly - but I

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