[TechAssist] Re: WINDOWS GURU NEEDED

Sounds like you did an update, not a full install. Your problem (virus) will
still be present on the harddrive. Try to backup your CET file again then do
a full install after you  format the drive.

George
Afana Electronics
Moreno Valley, CA

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From: <Philstv@xxxxxxx>
To: <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, July 19, 2004 10:06 PM
Subject: [TechAssist] WINDOWS GURU NEEDED


> I recently had to re-install Windows XP Pro because I caught a virus that
> attached itself to my restore point.
> I copied all of my C drive files onto a CD for back up. One of the files
that
> contained my CET did not transfer.
> After I re-installed Windows, the files were already there including my
CET
> file.
> It shows in C drive as a JPEG file at 52K but will not open. If I double
> click it, I get "No Preview Available" (Windows Picture Viewer)
> If I try and open it in Paint, I get "Access to C:\fendercert.JPG was
denied"
> If I right click on the file to get to Properties, both boxes next to
> Attributes are unchecked (Read Only and Hidden)
> If I go to Advanced setting, I get : File is ready for archiving and For
fast
> searching, allow Indexing Service to index this file. These two boxes are
> checked while the boxes below them are not. They read: Compress contents
to save
> disk space and Encrypt contents to secure data.
> How can I recover this file?
> Phil Solarz
> Phil's Electronics
> C.E.T. GNN3700
> 734-718-0301
>
>
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