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did anyone know anything about C:\Widows\Drivers.bat? When I start my computer, it automatics shutdown without any warning. But I can login to safemode. After a while, I found that the Drivers.bat was the file that occurs this problem. so I go to "msconfig", then uncheck Drivers.bat

Now it work properly but I have to reinstall every drivers for my computer to work properly
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I posted your answer in the wrong forum. I see that you removed the c:\windows\drivers.bat.

This may or may not be a legitimate file. Please don't recomend this fix to "everyone". It is possible that it was a trojan or spyware. I would visit the Lavasoft adaware forums here and follow their instructions to make sure your system is clean.

I have deleted the other post as to avoid confusion.

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