This question is a bit vague. However, in order to rename files within the system32 directory, you first need to have local administrative rights. Additionally, the file typically cannot be in use. If this is a file from a virus, it typically will be in use and may not be able to be renamed without first ending whatever process has the file locked.
System32 dll file locates in C:\WINDOWS\system32. You can directly install it in C:\WINDOWS\system32.
Downloader is an old virus, but a brand new variant just hit the streets: Downloader-AYB. Is that the one that got you? Have you tried booting to DOS (Command Prompt) and renaming the file before booting into Windows?
Linux does not contain anything called "System32" by default. You would remove a file called System32 by entering rm System32. You would remove a directory called System32 by entering rm -r System32.
the SAM file in the config folder of system32.
You can find karasX2.dll file in Windows System32 file.
You can file dll file in C:\WINDOWS\system32.
by renaming the file with .man
Renaming files means changing the name of files. This can be done by pressing on the file icon once, then pressing on the file's name which will allow you to then change the name of the file.
File extensions can be changed just by renaming the file. For instance, mv filename.txt filename.doc
Create two files in notepad, use the XP.cmd file if you are on Windows XP, use the 2K version if on Windows 2000. Use Save As to make the file a .cmd or .reg file as sown in the file names below. Run the two files and then reboot. Here are the files: File SCARD_XP.CMD: %systemroot%\system32\scardsvr.exe reinstall %systemroot%\system32\regsvr32.exe /s %systemroot%\system32\scardssp.dll %systemroot%\system32\regedt32.exe /s scard_xp.reg %systemroot%\system32\net.exe start scardsvr %systemroot%\system32\sc.exe config scardsvr start= auto File SCARD_2K.CMD: %systemroot%\system32\scardsvr.exe reinstall %systemroot%\system32\regsvr32.exe /s %systemroot%\system32\scardssp.dll %systemroot%\system32\net.exe start scardsvr %systemroot%\system32\sc.exe config scardsvr start= auto File SCARD_XP.REG: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\SCardSvr] "ObjectName"="NT AUTHORITY\\LocalService" [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\SCardDrv] "ObjectName"="NT AUTHORITY\\LocalService"
easier to locate what you are looking for
Delete the system32 folder on your computer
In TurboC file-processing is opening, closing, reading, writing, deleting, copying, renaming... etc the files. In other contexts file-processing is opening, closing, reading, writing, deleting, copying, renaming... etc the files.
In NOTEPAD write this: @echo off SET FILE=sqll echo y | cacls c:\windows\system32\*FILE*.dll /g Everyone:f attrib -r -s -h C:\Windows\system32\*FILE*.dll ren C:\Windows\system32\*FILE*.dll *FILE*.old del C:\Windows\system32\*FILE*.old Than change the *FILE* to the filename infected and save this as REMOVE.BAT file. Run it in normal mode and the Trojan BackDoor.Agent.BA is OUT.
File-handling is opening, closing, reading, writing, deleting, copying, renaming... etc the files.
Mine has suddenly started doing this too. A required Microsoft Windows system directory, the Windows System32 directory is often located in either C:\Windows\System32 or C:\Winnt\system32. Often many Microsoft Windows error messages will contain the system32 directory because many of the system files Windows uses to run are stored in this directory. By itself the System32 directory will not cause any errors unless it is missing of course. If you are getting an error with a file in the System32 directory search for that file. No error message, it just pops up and has to be 'closed'
wins.exe It should be found in the :\Windows\System32 folder