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I have problem with Run command and recyclebin in start menu

I have a problem with run command in start menu. I have struck some worm last week. Due to this the name of recycle bin is changed to W.Bush and run command button from my start menu is missing. I am able remove the worm. these to things remained. Please give me solution to restore my run command button in start menu so can use it. At the same time suggest me to change the recycle bin name from W.Bush to recycle bin

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If you know you had a virus

In reply to: I have problem with Run command and recyclebin in start menu

and are sure the virus is gone you can repair the OS in a variety of ways depending on the severity of the damage. I believe the common advise is to not use system restore, however. You can try running sfc /scannow (you'll need to have your XP disk in the CD ROM device tray) or you can do a repair installation with your original XP disk by booting from it. If yours is a name brand with a recovery disk, the options vary even more but it does sound as if you have a damaged installation of XP that needs to be dealt with.

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Thanks for your response.

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Dear sir,
Thanks for your response.
Now I got fixed the problem..
Anyway thanks for your valuable response.

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