Not sure what the problem is: I'm running Windows XP and I have an autorun.j file identified on a removable HDD as probably a variant of Win32/Agent.MFNZBXQ trojan. NOD32 Antivirus 4 claims to clean it by deleting but the file remains on the drive, even after re-booting. In researching this problem I've found that my recycler folder has symptoms of a recycler infection - i.e. sub folders with strange names in the recycler folder. I'm unable to manually delete them but I can empty the recycler folder of other regular files. a recycler virus has not been detected by NOD32, just evidence in the folder. Am I missing something obvious here? ta.