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rights lost on registry due to malware (vbs launched by error...)


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rosanna.p

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Hi

a .vbs virus (let launched automatically by error from usb key, then suppressed by my anti-virus) did the following :
1. it changed some registry (added "NoClose", "NoFileMenu" and so on in the HKEY_CURRENT_USER/.../microsoft/windows/policies/explorer), which causes quite some pain in the neck - no desktop, no file menu...)
2. it changed my administrator rights on the registry : I cannot, even with my administrator accoun in safe mode, change any of the registry value.

Do you know any way of getting back these rights on the registry ?

thansk in advance for your help

Kindest Regards

Rosanna
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Rorschach112

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Please go to the malware forum and follow the instructions at the top....Especially the CLICK HERE.

That will give you several steps that will help you clean up 70 percent of all problems by yourself. If at the end of the process you are still having difficulty--and you may not be-- then post a hijackthis log in THAT forum.

If you are still having problems after getting a clean bill of health from the malware expert, please return to this thread.
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