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Help with userini.exe

Hey so AVG was doing a scan and found one infection but said it couldn't fix it.

I'm running Windows XP not sure on much else about the computer since it was given to me by a friend a couple years back and I'm pretty much clueless.


Infection: Trojan Horse downloader Agent AQTQ

Says it's whitelisted so it shouldn't be removed.

I've looked around and seen that most to do with this say that you should repair it from the windows disc but I don't have one and unfortunately my cd rom doesn't currently work for one reason or another. Was just wondering if there was any way to fix this before it becomes a real issue since I haven't noticed any problems yet.

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I know that trojan.

Since you don't have the XP CD any repair is not possible. Let's tackle this another way. Is this machine worth getting restore media, a working drive or a real copy+license of XP?

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I was wondering is there maybe some place I could download the userinit.exe to replace getting it from the disc? If so anyone have a link and steps to take to get rid of the trojan and replace this file?

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Sorry no.

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