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by karla65 / May 16, 2006 2:37 PM PDT

I have my pc using p4 running at 3 ghz processor, 64mb vga shared with land card 56kbps & shared internet port, 80 gb hardisk, windows xp sp2 & office 2000. Every time i start my computer the message will always appear on screen.

window cannot find. Make sure you type the name correctly and then try again.

I been seaching this file in ms dos prompt if theres an error in loading software which i did not know.I also try in looking in a.bat file,config.sys and other location which i notice there,s no error.
What should I do to clear this message in my PC. is there any suggestion which can help me to clean up this message in my PC?

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by Stan Chambers / May 16, 2006 3:03 PM PDT

eksplorasi.exe is a trojan virus. You may have recently removed it from your computer. The run command is still located in the registry, so each time you reboot, the computer is looking for the file to run. A registry cleaning should remove the command. I use CCleaner for such.
CCleaner fixes registry issues, and cleans out all those temp files, and is very fast.

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by tomron / May 16, 2006 3:08 PM PDT

Click HERE for some AV programs

I found THIS and THIS

You may need to run a trojan scan also,but lets see.


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by pcrx_greg / May 18, 2006 1:16 PM PDT

Have you tried checking the startup section of msconfig. Click Start, click Run, type msconfig in the "Open:" box. The msconfig utility will open, click on the Startup tab at the top. Search for eksplorasi in the list of programs. Make sure to check for multiple listings and uncheck the boxes next to each instance in the list. Click Apply at the bottom, and then click OK. Then click the appropriate box to restart your computer and see if the problem is fixed. If it is not, run msconfig again, and then see if the program has been rechecked. If it is rechecked, then the virus is still active and you need to remove it with an antivirus program.

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eksplorasi.exe and RONTOKBRO.J WORM...
by Carol~ Moderator / May 18, 2006 2:51 PM PDT

According to what I've read about eksplorasi.exe it's an 'undesireable program added by WORM_RONTOKBRO.J . It's interesting Windows reports 'not finding it'. Ultimately, it would be ''a good thing''. But why the message at all? In addition, the technical details don't seem to match what you're reporting. That said, you may want to read from both the links above and below to see if any similarities ''jump out at you''.

I had continued on to give you a great deal of information. Since, I don't know if this is what you're dealing with, I'll leave it at this.

Some reading material:

If nothing else, these references might point you in the right direction. Or not. Wink

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