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Windows 7: Help needed to remove (vbs.dunihi!ink) virus

08 Feb 2015   #1

windows 32-bit
Help needed to remove (vbs.dunihi!ink) virus

Hi Folks, This virus only seems to infect my flash drives, when ever i try to transfer a file or even a photo norton removes it and say's its infected with (VBS.Dunihi!ink) virus, I have ran malwarebytes, superantispyware, r-kill and norton, nothing seems to clean it out, I have also formated the flash-drives to make sure there clean but as soon as i put something on them the same thing happens, any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks.

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08 Feb 2015   #2

windows 7 home 64bit

Hi .... Have you read the Link below ...

VBS.Dunihi!lnk Removal - Removing Help | Symantec
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09 Feb 2015   #3

Windows 7 Home Premium


This infection spreads through removable media like USB pen drives, SD cards, phones, tablets, etc.
Any USB device containing free disk space can be contaminated.

Please use the UsbFix Windows Installer:
Download UsbFix

Double click the file to execute it.
Temporarily disable your antivirus software so it does not interfere with USBFix.

Connect all your external data sources to your PC (USB drives, external drives, etc…) Do not open them.

At the main interface of USBFix, press: Research

Once the scan is completed, a report is generated.

Please post the report in your reply.
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14 Feb 2015   #4

windows 32-bit

Thanks Maxie for the reply, and also cottonball, Sorry for not getting back to you sooner was out of town, Maxie I did try Norton power eraser (npe) did not clean the flash drives, And cottonball tried what you suggested and got the report but did not want to post the report as it contained personal information (medical records) etc, But did find a u-tube editorial which was very simple and cleaned the flash drives very easy to follow, enclosing the link, and again thanks for your help....Patch41 http://
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15 Feb 2015   #5

windows 7 home 64bit

All sorted then that is the main thing ....
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