If you tried to get into WinPower, but instead got stopped by a message complaining about the status of your "autoexec.nt" file, keep reading:
If the error message had "c:\windows\system32\autoexec.nt"
in it, click – and RUN – the file below:
If the error message had "c:\winNT\system32\autoexec.nt"
in it, click – and RUN – the following:
If the above does not work, right
click the link below, and "SAVE" the file directly to
c:\windows\system32, or to c:\winNT\system32 (to correspond to the error message
you get when trying to go into WinPower...)
You had a bug, or some kind of malevolent software ("malware"). If you don't have anti-virus software, we recommend Norton, McAfee, and/or EZ Trust from Computer Associates.
If you had this, but let it expire, we recommend you stay with what you had.
More: "Sweeping" is important, but it is much more important to "update" your virus definition files. I cannot emphasize this enough!!
And finally, I also recommend – as additional protection – the following products from Lavasoft: Ad-Aware and Ad-Watch...