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How to clean and Remove Autorun.info Virus

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Autorun Virus Remover. Currently, USB storage is a common source of infection with potentially dangerous content, and malicious programs.If you used pen drive then you came across this virus i.e Autorun.inf. Autorun.inf is the famous virus that can be easily transfer through our pen drives without any notification. Some of the anti virus can detect and most of them are not.
But you can delete Autorun.info by running this small software,It not contains malware or viruses. :yes:

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Just download it and extract it,don't want to install it.If you inserting usb pen drive first you must run this software.And you should use antivirus software.Because this is not a virus guard,this is only autorun.info removing tool.
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Edited by deen7777, 26 September 2011 - 11:43 AM.

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I can certainly download it, but why bother running it?

Alas, why write a program that just deletes autorun.inf when I can do it using the Delete key?
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Why run a program to begin with? Microsoft issued a hotfix to stop autoruns long ago anyways.

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