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Carmon

Anyone know how to get rid of this?

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Unwonted    0

You've got Windows 98? I think you can edit the system file "win.ini" with notepad and just erase whatever line has "script.exe". It could also be that one of the programs that starts up with your computer is looking for script.exe.

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rik    0

Run MSCONFIG and uncheck all startup apps. This way you can eliminate those as possibly causing this.

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Carmon    0
:rolleyes: its got sumthing to do wiv Visual Basics cuz i got the problem when i unstalled it but i dont have the CD no more :D wat shall i dooo lol :)

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Carmon    0
:) Well i did that My Norton Anti Virus Found it Sayin it was a trojan file and it wont delete So hmmm its a Pickle lol

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Drewdatrip    0
:) Well i did that My Norton Anti Virus Found it Sayin it was a trojan file and it wont delete So hmmm its a Pickle lol

Well if you want to delete it, try restarting in safe mode.

Though im not sure deleting it will fix the problem.

|Drew|

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Aaron    0

If Norton AV says its a trojan, it should be in the quarantine? If not, CTRL-ALT-DEL and end task on script.exe

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Carmon    0
If Norton AV says its a trojan, it should be in the quarantine? If not, CTRL-ALT-DEL and end task on script.exe

It is in Quarantine at the moment :rolleyes: but still get the message grr lol

:) o well lol

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Aaron    0
If Norton AV says its a trojan, it should be in the quarantine? If not, CTRL-ALT-DEL and end task on script.exe

It is in Quarantine at the moment :D but still get the message grr lol

:) o well lol

Should be deletable then :rolleyes:

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Carmon    0
:) Hmm Well i Finally got rid of the Pop appearing but still appears in my End task list :rolleyes: o well i give up lol :D

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