file problem

  strech 11:54 25 Jan 2006

i have popup on my screen every time i boot up
nothing bad just gets on my nerves i cant
solve the problem this is how it go,s
make sure you have typed the correct name and try
again to serch for file click start and then click search / i have done this with no results

help please thanks

  SANTOS7 12:01 25 Jan 2006

it is related to the Aurora virus click here
this will help

  strech 13:05 25 Jan 2006

tryed the aurora virus as above with no results
but thanks santos any more sugestons pleas


  PaulB2005 13:09 25 Jan 2006

The error occurs because the virus has gone but Windows is still trying to start it.

Start Meu, Run..., type

MSCONFIG and hit enter

Startup tab, scroll down until you find the NAIL entry, untick it, click OK and reboot.

  PaulB2005 13:10 25 Jan 2006

Also running the two files in the ZIP file given in the link SANTOS7 shoudl also help clean things up.

  woodchip 13:18 25 Jan 2006

Go into regedit go to menu under edit click find and look for NAILS.EXE delete then press F3 to go to next entry and so on till it comes up OK

  strech 13:44 25 Jan 2006

tryed msconfig and nail is not there
thank anway paulB
also tryed regeit and the same
thanks anway woodchip

if any more idears please post thanks

  woodchip 14:10 25 Jan 2006

Look in MSCONFIG for things with a tick and post them back hear

  strech 14:15 25 Jan 2006

it wont let me copy them to past them

  woodchip 14:29 25 Jan 2006

There is something in there that is throwing up the error. Only way to find it is remove a tick at a time, if it does not stop it retick the down to next item. When you find it make a Exact note of the text etc

  strech 14:33 25 Jan 2006

tryed un tickind anything with EXE on it
and still did not get rid of it
but thanks anyway woodchip

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