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executed a batch file by mistake

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I was chatting online with some people when someone sent me a script and batch file and I accidentally opened the batch file. So a few commands were executed on my computer. I deleted the script and batch file in my hurry to undo what I had done. Problem is now I am at a loss to discover exactly what was executed on my comp. Obviously my whole hard drive wasn't wiped. Can anyone tell me a good way to find out exactly what it did? And then help me undo it? I haven't noticed anything yet. Thanks in advance.

Edited by sari, 06 October 2010 - 06:37 AM.
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