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Fix Win32.Neshta.A (B)


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This stinkin Win32.Neshta.A (B) came and killed every single .exe file on my 1tb hdd, as soon as possible I installed emsisfot anti-malware, then after it get installed I found that .exe can't be launched, I found an .inf to fix that, then again launched the anti-malware to scan the mess. ithe task bar get killed as well, any way after some several restarts the emsisfot anti-malware handled the situation and got green, my quesion is how to revocer those infected files, because emsisfot anti-malware cant fix files, it's just delete or quarantine..

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Hello,

Welcome to the Emsisoft Support Forums. My name is Kevin, and I will be helping you fixing your problems.

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Files cannot be fixed, it just is not possible.  They must be replaced.  If you are using Windows Vista or newer then it may be possible to recover a previous version of the files, if Volume Shadow Copy Service was enabled at the time and has not been disabled.  You can use ShadowExplorer to do that : http://www.shadowexplorer.com/

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I know, it's an external HDD and VSS is not enabled, thus I have exported the quarantine logs to find out what files needs to be replaced with new files, also about the VSS I don't advice to rely on it since it is unreliable and miss in most situations, thanks for replays.

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