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Windows Worms Door Cleaner Help? Please

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by Vaishali, Oct 30, 2011.

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  1. Vaishali

    Vaishali Thread Starter

    Jul 23, 2011
    I inserted my external hard disc and pen drive and got an error message as follows:
    RECYCLER\Fhzozt.exe "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item".
    I ran it through a virus scan on Microsift Security Essentials. After which I was able to pen the hard disc and pen drive but read "autorun" where I would normally find my data/folders. The files/data (160GB)although there in the hard disc and pen drive but are not visible or openable.

    Unable to solve the problem I went to http://en.kioskea.net/download/download-291-windows-worms-doors-cleaner and upon downloading a worm cleaner I received an alert that said, "Your system seems to be infected by a virus, your SVCHOST virtual memory usage is beyond usual values. It is strongly recommended that you check your system with Antivurus updates and anti-trojans."

    Microsift Security Essentials picked up nothing? I have scanned both my laptop and the external drives again.

    I noticed last night the computer was running very slow. CAN someone please help me?

    I tried inserting a friend's external drive and MSE detected and removed Worm:Win32/Dorkbot!Ink and the laptop would not open friend's hard drive.
    I have noticed that IE keeps freezing up and crashing on me.

    Follwoing is what I can read in the Task Manager:

    Svchost.exe LOCAL SERVICE 00 3648 K
    Svchost.exe LOCAL SERVICE 00 1540 K
    Svchost.exe SYSTEM 00 34616 K
    Svchost.exe NETWORK SERVICE 00 1884 K
    Svchost.exe SYSTEM 00 2160K
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