Can you elaborate a bit please do you want it not to autorun every time you insert a drive if so
win 8 and 8.1 see end of that article.
If you think it is infected try running some of te scanners here.
especially getsusp (add your email to its preferences) and malwarebytes install the free version not the trial.
Mcafee detects a lot of autorun type viruses
Autorun.inf is normally a hidden system file that is found in many places dotted around any system and shouldn't be deleted for any reason. Do you have "Show Hidden Files and Folders" checked in any Windows Explorer page (such as Computer or Documents under Tools/Folder Options/View).
So it isn't necessarily malware. What makes you think it is?
As both PK and Ex_Brit stated Autorun.inf can be a legitimate Windows file. Could you please inform us if the File here-in mentioned is (Win32/autorun!.inf )? For if this is the case, this Detection is the name Microsoft has given it. See...Worm:Win32/Autorun!inf [Microsoft] | ThreatExpert Statistics
I would run the Mcafee Getsusp Tool, Please enter your Email Address under "Preferences" before scanning. McAfee has a Detection for this, however could be a new variant. I would follow up with McAfee Stinger/Mcafee Rootkit Remover (Read how to use). And finally as suggested Malwarebytes (Free).
Please post back your results.
All the best,
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I assume that you are current and up to date with all of your Windows Updates. To include Internet Explorer, even if you elect to not use it. McAfee and other important programs do,in order to function properly.
This is to include all Add ons/Extensions/Plug-ins as well. Especially Adobe Flash Player ( 220.127.116.11) Quite often is the case you are vulnerable to infections, if this is not the case. You also have to pay close attention as to what you Download/Install.
Simply visiting a Malicious Web Site with an unpatched system, can allow undesirable programs to be installed.