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From: aditya.deshmukh at online.gateway.technolabs.net (Aditya, ALD [Aditya Lalit Deshmukh])
Subject: Virus Problem

> 
> On searching google we found one more person havin similiar problem naming
> it as 'badass virus' but do not found antivirus for it.
> 
> Please suggest that what could be done for it.

how about removing the hard disk and attaching it another computer and running the scan from there of course with all the updated antivirus signatures ?
this should work i think as the virus is not in memory and you get a more "cleaner view" of the file system


-aditya


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