The damage-causing nowadays computer viruses while we have tools with which to combat them and eliminate them effectively is enormous. We talked much about this but does not calculate the so-called secondary effect that leave us, the cause is that to camuflajearse and pass unnoticed many viruses modify our registration and other Windows configuration files which prevents us from viewing hidden files and therefore identify them. The side effect comes later although the anti-virus can delete them and leave no trace of them, folders and many files will remain hidden, the only way of knowing that are still there is enable on folder options show hidden files, folders and drives, and uncheck the box Hide protected files. If this were possible there would be no problems but it is that virus modified branch of the corresponding record so we can make any of these two actions. Many users after disinfection think, what more logical that the virus deleted them files (can be valuable .doc.
(xlsm, etc.) and in fact those files are still there but invisible to them. Consequently an infinite number of users formatted and clean their memories flash or USB flash drives without knowing which are definitely and voluntarily deleting so valued files. The solution to this problem without installing any software (no program antivirus will resolve) exhibit my work at my website which can be accessed at the following address:. Two steps are to be followed. 1 Restore the registry values modified by the virus that let you click folder options manage hidden files, this is done by running the key that is provided here: 2 – run a small command written in MSDOS (download at:) that you intend to restore the properties to files modified by the virus, two clicking in the command is easy to use and specify only in the window of dialogue that the drive letter opens.