Subject Re: [ib-support] Re: GDB system restore solution for XP
Author Martijn Tonies

I had the same problem with wscript.exe - you know, the Windows
script host. I always deleted it to avoid running worm virusses via

However, on my Win2000 Pro, it kept coming back.

If you turn on 'View system files and folders' in the Explorer options,
you'll notice a folder C:\WINNT\system32\dllcache -- I removed the
file from there, got a dialog saying that 'some system files' have been
changed and it prompted for the Win2000 CD. I pressed 'cancel'
here and it never got restored. Perhaps this helps?

Martijn Tonies
InterBase Workbench - the developer tool for InterBase and Firebird

Upscene Productions

"This is an object-oriented system.
If we change anything, the users object."

> Say, Andrew:
> Could you let us know how you fixed this?
> Thanks,
> Chuck Belanger
> in Richmond, CA
> csswa wrote:
> > Thanks for the confirmation. It's something to do with system file
> > protection, probably. If so, the key will be to find out how to
> > remove filelist.xml from the protection chain, mod it, reinstate
> > protection. This was doable in winME so presumably it's doable in
> > XP, although on first glance it looks like ME's SFP and SR are rolled
> > into one for XP. Don't know much about it so it's off to Google I go.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Andrew Ferguson
> > -- The butler did it, but Andrew helped.