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Windows 7: automatic delete file when double-click


13 Jul 2011   #1
titanSF

windows 7 ultimate 32bit
 
 
automatic delete file when double-click

hi all... thanks for view this thread...
i really need anyone here to solve my problem..
the problem is when i double click any file to open it, it always change to delete the file and something like this come out.."are you sure you want to move this file to Recycle Bin?" and it come out multiple time...
i am using hp mini and i already format it, but the same problem still happen.
hope anyone here can give suggestion on how to fix it...
( sorry my English language not to good.)


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04 Aug 2012   #2
vivekk6423

Window 7, 64bit
 
 

Hi,
I am also facing the same problem. In first 2minute of startup, if I click on any thing it pop up a message saying are you sure want to delete the file or move the file to recyle bin.

After 4-5minute it works fine.

Please help me in this regards,


Thanks
Vivek
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12 Aug 2012   #3
Acarrab

window seven ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Same Problem here Acer Aspire One D255........... Please Help Us!!!!!!!!!
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12 Aug 2012   #4
DanRex

Windows 8 Pro 64-Bit
 
 

Try running a malware scan. When you rightclick on a file; what options do you get?
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12 Aug 2012   #5
Acarrab

window seven ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Thank you so much to your help.. I'll try.
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12 Aug 2012   #6
Acarrab

window seven ultimate 32 bit
 
 

i install Malwarebytes and scan my laptop no virus found but i try to create a notepad and save to desktop and the computer is doing fine, like nothing happen.. but if i restart the problem is back again.
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12 Aug 2012   #7
DanRex

Windows 8 Pro 64-Bit
 
 

OK, could you answer to the other of my questions; if you rightclick on something; what options do you get?
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12 Aug 2012   #8
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Malwarebytes Anti Malware is not designed to find virus. That is why it is called a Anti Malware. You need to run a Anti Virus program. I have two in mind.
Microsoft Security Essentials - Free Antivirus for Windows

Windows Defender Offline
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12 Aug 2012   #9
Sir George

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by titanSF View Post
hi all... thanks for view this thread...
i really need anyone here to solve my problem..
the problem is when i double click any file to open it, it always change to delete the file and something like this come out.."are you sure you want to move this file to Recycle Bin?" and it come out multiple time...
i am using hp mini and i already format it, but the same problem still happen.
hope anyone here can give suggestion on how to fix it...
( sorry my English language not to good.)
Try running an on-line scan with Kaspersky's free on-line scanner;

Kaspersky Security Scan | Kaspersky Lab United States

Kaspersky is a well respected AV software company and generally gets high marks for its detection rate.

HTH
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12 Aug 2012   #10
Acarrab

window seven ultimate 32 bit
 
 

If i use the right click no problem but if i select to open the problem is out. except if i made a notepad and save to the desktop the problem is solve temporarily... i need some answer: this is a virus or what? because if i save a notepad in desktop the computer become normal the problem is gone except when restart shutdown and open again. if this is a virus anything you do nothing happen except you remove the virus,a right anti virus software.
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