Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Task Manager forcing endtask running process

Here some tips using batch line.

If the virus is running in your computer find the virus name first.
If you found it

type in the command line

taskkill /IM virusname.exe /F the IM and F should be capitalize.

This command will kill or stop the virus from running in your computer.

The next thing you do is to delete all virus but first you must find the path where the virus is located.

If you found it go to the virus path using cd command. For example the virus is in system32

you must type this "cd windows\system32"

then the prompt will be in system32 and it will look like this c:\windows\system32>_

then type attrib -r -h -s virusname.exe

this command will make the virus visible.

so type then erase or del virusname.exe

Thats it...

Sorry for my bad english.. lolz

Friday, February 25, 2011

How to unhide files That’s been Hidden by a Virus in USB Flash Drives or hard disks

How to unhide files That’s been Hidden by a Virus in USB Flash Drives or hard disks

Nowadays, floppy drives are just remnants of old computers. Majority of computer users today are using USB Flash Disks as their primary storage of their files. Goodbye to the 1.4mb diskettes. You don’t have to buy lots of these diskettes just to store large files anymore.

With USB Flash drives, all you need is a computer that has USB port to plug in to which is available in every computer today. Not only they are handy because of their small sizes, USB Flash drives can also store large files!

The problem with using these flash drives, they’re easily infected with viruses. Some forms of virus infections among flash drives are the following: hides your files and folders, creates exe file extensions of your files and even corrupt your files. And later on infecting your PC.

If you have a strong antivirus, you don’t have to worry with these threats that could infect your computer when a USB flash drive has been plug to the computer because they are easily deleted upon detection.

Now, if your files have been infected even your antivirus is up-to-date and they’ve been hidden and no longer visible when you open your files, these are some tips on how to unhide hidden files caused by a virus.

1. Sometimes this infection can be solved by:

* Going to Windows Explorer
* Tools menu
* Folder Option
* View Tab
* Choose “show Hidden Files and Folders”.
* If the files will show up, simply change the properties of the files/folders. Uncheck the “hidden” checkbox and the files will show again just like before.

2. If the above doesn’t work, and your files are still hidden, do this one that will surely work.

* Go to the command prompt.
* Go to the drive where your hidden files are located.
* Type the following: attrib -s -h /s /d *.* (this will unhide all your files that have been hidden by the virus) i.e. I:\> attrib -s -h /s /d *.*

There you go, a quick and easy way on how to unhide hidden files caused by a virus in your computer.