Solved [Major Major] oops sori may virus ka jejeje

March 11, 2012 at 17:32:52
Specs: Windows 7
I got this on my Sony's digi-cam memory stick. I can not open or copy any media files from the memory stick with my pc win7 OS because all the files and folders was turned into a file with an extension file name ".lnk". probably its a virus or something that automatically changes all my files to ".lnk". The worst part was that my anti-virus can not detect it. I was using avast anti virus. Any suggestion please? Every help would be highly appreciated.

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March 11, 2012 at 18:45:43
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You have posted this on the old W95/98 forum so you might not get many responses.

Try this:

Many people regard Avast as one of the best freebies but I suppose, like all AV's, it is capable of missing things. You could try running MalwareBytes freebie as it is good at finding and fixing what AV's miss. It doesn't run in the background so it will not conflict with Avast.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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March 11, 2012 at 19:35:25
Thanks a lot Derek! you really saved my day!

the link that you gave me fixed my trouble..

Thank you so much! More power and God Bless!

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March 11, 2012 at 20:21:48
Could you clarify what '[Major Major] oops sori may virus ka jejeje' means? Is it the name of the virus you believe is the cause of the problem? If so, what led to that conclusion? I know there's a majormajor.vbs virus but the rest of it sounds like gibberish.

The 'my files and folders have turned into shortcuts' problem has been around for awhile but I've never heard a definitive name for the virus that's supposed to cause it. I thought maybe it was an OS bug with how they manipulate data on external drives.

Derek's link looks to be a good fix. You might also check this thread and the link in my # 2 there:

In both cases you're just un-hiding the files.

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March 12, 2012 at 11:20:43
Re #2

Glad to hear you fixed it and thanks for popping back to let us know.

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March 15, 2012 at 17:10:13
"Could you clarify what '[Major Major] oops sori may virus ka jejeje' means?"


I believed that's the name of the thing, but I don't think its a virus since my anti virus software could not detect it and one more thing, it didn't infect my PC. I think somebody just bugged that memory stick and that's the cause of it. The link that Derek helped me fix that bug off since after I initiate the command (that is given on that link), my memory stick actually works fine.

Thank you again guys..

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March 15, 2012 at 19:16:17
As you say, seems like that attrib command did the trick.
If you haven't done so already do a virus scan on the memory stick.

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