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Windows 7: Help!!! How to delete infected files???

04 Jul 2016   #1
mudang

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Help!!! How to delete infected files???

Dear Friends,

I am not able to delete files from my external hard disk. Whenever I try to delete any file it says admin protected. I also tried to delete some files using cmd prompt but it also says access denied. I think my external hard disk is infected. I cannot format the whole disk since I have got some necessary files in it. Please help me out.


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04 Jul 2016   #2
indianacarnie

 

Welcome to the forums muddang!

You really shouldn't double post as its not needed here at the forums. We do try to get to one and all in a timely manner. See my reply to your other post about this problem to see if that helps.
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