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I have an Acer 5720 Travelmate Laptop. Recently ugraded my Vodafone E220 Datacard to the latest software. Whenever I connect to the Internet id drops the connection and try to connect to A-CONNECT ( bunkown to me). Somebody told me that it is a possible virus. But I have KASPERSKY Internet Security ( anti-virus loaded). HELP ! ! ! ! how can I delete/remove this virus.

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I had the same problem an hour ago. You will find a file named "update.exe" in your profile directory.
- Disable LAN.
- End process "update.exe" from Task Manager.
- Delete the file "update.exe" from your profile directory.
- Delete all cookies and internet files from Internet Explorer.
- Delete all files in the temp directory of your profile.

It worked for me. The file was not created again. Iam currently using my internet connection normally.

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it work but when i restart my pc, i have to do the same procedure again
do have any permanent solution to this problem?
thanks

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it work but when i restart my pc, i have to do the same procedure again
do have any permanent solution to this problem?
thanks

- Open drive 'C'. Go to Tools -> Folder Options.
- Make sure that 'Show hidden files and folders' is checked.
- Make sure 'Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)' is unchecked.
- Click OK.
- There must be a strange folder in Drive 'C'. I don't remember its name, but if you list the folder names here, i might know which one.
- This folder contains a sub-folder with the recycle bin icon. It's a folder, not a file. In the sub-folder, there's an executable file.
The folder, sub-folder, and the executable file must be deleted.
- If you can't delete them, restart your computer in Safe-Mode, then delete them.
Hope this works. I'm 90% sure it will work.

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