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Re: W32/Wecorl.a 0-day?

markp,

Read my earlier post - step by step of how I fixed my machines - no need to copy anything from external sources.

Steve

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Re: W32/Wecorl.a 0-day?

Steve,

Thanks. I found your message and it worked. Did not think to look in Common Files for the DATs.

Re: W32/Wecorl.a 0-day?

You could pull the drive out, put it in another machine, copy the files to the correct locations, and then put it back.

Might be easier to swap in a working CD, though.

Bootable flash drive, but you don't want that.

Not much else to choose from, really.

Is it in a reboot loop, or is it getting to the desktop?

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Re: W32/Wecorl.a 0-day?

Thanks, D. It wasn't in a reboot loop, thankfully. Just no networking, no taskbar, and general brokenness of apps if I could get them to launch at all. Will ask the IT guys to replace the CD drive - never know when this will happen again!

Message was edited by: markp on 4/27/10 10:42:09 AM CDT
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