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Drive.bat Shortcut virus

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Did you format that drive?
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And Running The Scans In Bob's Thread While In Safe Mode...

..will frequently help with such things. Personally, when infections occur, I try to scan in both Safe Mode and normal Windows to assure better removal.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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