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Er, no reply, so I thought I'd add some extra detail. AVG says it detects this residual effect of the Blaster virus, but cannot "heal" it. In terms of the System Volume Information folder, any ideas on how to access and delete files in that folder? There used to be old DOS tools that would enable you to do this kind of thing.
 

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Delete some or all of the system restore points, this will also delete the files that are getting flagged.
 

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Right click on My Computer, select the System Restore tab. Check the Turn Off System Restore box, click Apply, and then uncheck it and click Apply. This will delete all the system restore points, and you'll be starting from there. It should also get rid of the bogus file(s). :)
 

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Cool, done all this. I'll let you know if I get any further problems. And, sorry, ain't got no old pistols.
 

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That was very Helpful...But if your running Xp this is what you need to do....
START
RIGHT CLICK MY COMPUTER
PROPERTYS
CLICK THE SYSTEM RESTORE TAB
UNCHECK TURN ON SYSTEM RESTORE
 

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Mattt432 said:
That was very Helpful...But if your running Xp this is what you need to do....
START
RIGHT CLICK MY COMPUTER
PROPERTYS
CLICK THE SYSTEM RESTORE TAB
UNCHECK TURN ON SYSTEM RESTORE
The problem has been solved, what's your point? Maybe he doesn't want to leave System Restore off permanently...
 
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