Stick removable storage media are most susceptible to infection by the virus, as we use them every day to transfer files from one computer to another.
And not always on all the computers where the flash drive is inserted, there is a reliable anti-virus protection.
You will need
- - a computer-
- - antivirus program.
Clean the flash drive from viruses, using a computerinstalled Linux operating system. The fact that viruses are often disguised as system and program files, so from Windows them pretty hard to identify and remove. In Unix operating systems use completely different types of system files on a flash drive so you will see all the files completely. Therefore, for the treatment of viruses, as well as "the system of garbage" insert it into the Linux computer and delete everything that is not related to your information.
Disable autorun devices on the computer,To clean the stick from the virus and infect their computer. To do this, click "Start", then click "Run", type gpedit.msc in the box, open setting "Group Policy." Select the "Computer Configuration".
Next, go to the "Administrative Templates" sub-menu, select "System" and click "Turn off Autoplay". Click on this command, right-click and select "Properties" item.
set the switch is set to "On" in the window that appears and select "Disabled on all drives." Click "OK".
Execute the command "Start" - "Run" and typegpupdate. This command will update made in the preceding paragraph settings. This will remove the viruses from a USB drive without infecting the computer. Connect the removable media to your computer, then go to "My Computer", right-click the icon and select the media check option using antivirus.
Set the test setup in such a way,that all detected threats are removed automatically. Also, you can clean the removable media from viruses. To do this, open the folder on the flash drive, select the "Tools" menu - "Folder Options."
Go to the tab "View" and check the box"Show hidden files and folders", click "OK". Then you will be able to see all the files on a flash drive and remove viruses. Often they appear as hidden folders, or file in a folder with the exe extension or inf.