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Re: windows cannot open this file: command.com

 
 
philo
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      20th Oct 2008

"b.bong" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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>
> After running 'malaware' I restarted my PC and got the wallpaper screen,
> but no icons, no toolbar and a window that pops up saying:
>
> "windows cannot open this file: command.com, windows needs to know what
> program created it...etc"
>
> I have opened it with notepad but am not savvy enough to understand the
> contents and even after that the window keeps reappearing.
>
> I tried many of the tips suggested on this forum for the problem of 'no
> toolbar, no icons' using the Task Manager, including a system restore,
> but when I restarted, I got back to the same old command.com window.
>
> Can anyone help me!?
> Thanks.
>



XP does not use command.com

You need to scan your machine with a virus checker
and a spyware checker...it may be infected


 
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