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kimich

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I was wondering if anyone could help me. Our computer at home got badly infected with viruses. We managed to get rid of them using Spybot and Adaware software programs. I was wondering whether this has anything to do with the reason that I can't seem to install a new game.

The first thing that pops up is that it asks me to "insert volume into drive" and later it says something about not being able to find autorun.exe.

Is this maybe because the Spybot or Adaware programs have quarantined the autorun.exe file?

I am not exactly that flash with computers so if anyone could help me using laymans terms that would be awesome!
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Put the disk in the drive and if notthing happens double click on the drive icon
and open the disk. Do you see a setup.exe. if yes click on this. or an install.exe
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I should add that it asks about the autorun.exe file after it the install process.
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put the disk in the drive go to Start button > search> all files and folders
then search for autorun.exe but change the search just to the disk drive no need to search the harddrive
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