Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone can help me with this problem? I have some sort of Trojan Horse on my flash drive (Kingston Data Traveller). I went to a stationary store with the flash drive to print out some call cards and must've got it from the store. I opened the Flash Drive on my ThinkPad which runs Windows XP Professional OS. It was immediately detected by avg (free edition). I clicked on the Heal button but got a description that it is unhealable. I ran the avg again from my laptop and found two errors in the virus vault: Virus name: Generic.SV (Worm) File name: AdobeR.exe; and Generic.ZWE (Trojan Horse) File name: ctfmon.exe; with paths to the E drive (USB port). I closed and ejected the flash drive, then ran the scan on my laptop and got no errors. I plugged back in the flash drive and got a Threat Detected message from avg showing 1 error: the autorun.inf file was infected. No other detections. I did not execute/open any file on the flash drive. I searched for answers on the net but found only ones in French and Vietnamese - Nothing in English. I translated the page but the translator did not do a good job. On antivirus websites I did not find any solutions, can someone point me in the right direction? I was wondering: 1. How would I know if my laptop was infected? 2. Can I safely wipe the 2 errors from the virus vault? The software cannot heal the worm or trojan. 3. How do I disinfect the flash drive? I found the autorun file on the flash drive and deleted it. It was created yesterday - which is when the drive was opened on the store's pc. I ran the scan again and found no threats: Does this mean I'm safe? Thanks.