I have a virus on this file...can I simply replace the
file without reloading windows 2000?? If so, how do I get
a copy of the file?
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23rd Apr 2004
You can replace it (but from another OS starting).
Check for viruses the file C:\Windows\system32\dllcache\svchost.exe. If it
is healthy, you can just copy it to C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe and
replace the file that has a virus.
If it's not healthy, copy it from you distribution disk. i386/svchost.ex_
It's a archive file you have to extract it.
Use the command:
expand SVCHOST.EX_ SVCHOST.EXE
Don't forget replace all the copies af the file
"Sharon" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> I have a virus on this file...can I simply replace the
> file without reloading windows 2000?? If so, how do I get
> a copy of the file?