Suspicious files

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  1. uzair

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    the folliwing files i find on every partition of my hard drive evn after repeated deletion..the files..."Nethood" a html link,"Ghost",a batch file and sometimes i find a folder inside another folder of the same name but with an extension of .exe...also i find a folder called "Windows" that too with an extension .exe

    i'm sure it's some virus.... help me get rid of it.?i,ve tried spybot,avg but nothing works...
    Help me people..
     
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    there was a same prob. with one of my friends ,
    i installed norton 2006 there and it detected more than 100 virus,
    but norton rescued it.
    so install norton 2006 it ll solve yr prob.
     
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    Thanks guys...
    I'll install the latest av and hope your suggestion works..

    In the BIOS settings of my PC..The "onchip VGA frame buffer" in PNP/PCI configs is assigned to 32 MB.....so i notice a deficit of RAM as it's shared with the onboard graphics.I also See another option assigned as 64MB(not sure)to "AGP Aperture Size"...Whats the difference between the two??-VGA frame buffer and agp Aprture size..

    Does changing the latter value affect the quality of images getting displayed...??Will the latter adjustment consume some more of system RAM???
     
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