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    Default A Suspicious Script

    My PC is attacked by a Suspicious Script called "NTDETECT.exe" which is harming my PC's parformences. It's symtom is when i double click on my disk drives to open then cz of this script drives dont open. Instead my virus guard notify me about this script. It also denies me to unplug any removable drive. Can anybody tell me how I could get rid of this without formatting my HDD.
    I would be grateful.

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    Default Re: A Suspicious Script

    ntdetect.exe is most likely a trojan (did a real quick lookup with google). My first move if your virus program will not remove this thing would probably be to try A- Squared: http://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/free/
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    Default Re: A Suspicious Script

    since you've got a brand new HD - personally I'd reinstall windows - since its a trojan - you don't know what damage its done to your system

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    Default Re: A Suspicious Script

    Manual virus removal is not a simple procedure and is no recommended for the uninitiated. As Kheldar said, since you've got a trojan, you'd be safest reinstalling anyway. Good trojans have the nasty habbit of installing too many methods of self-replication for removal to be feasible.

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    Default Re: A Suspicious Script

    Quote Originally Posted by Yawgm0th View Post
    Good trojans

    didn't know there where any

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    Default Re: A Suspicious Script

    Let's leave the wise-ass comments to those of us still in our teens. ;)

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