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Autorun only has two states; on or off, so it's an all-or-nothing deal. Your only configuration options are what drives to enable or disable it on, but you can't whitelist specific applications that Autorun can launch. However, since Autorun is a feature of Explorer, not Windows, it shouldn't apply to you because you are not using Explorer as your shell. ...


An application called UsbFix, as generic as it might sound, seems to find and clean and restore USB devices messed up by some USB or shortcut virus which aren't detected by normal antivirus applications like Avast.

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