Originally Posted by PIXGUY
I have a Trojan Horse in Windows XP that is not removed by any virus removal software.
I was told that the following Linux code can be used to navigate to XP system files and let me delete the file:
"sudo apt-get install ntfs-config"
I downloaded DSL (dam small linux), but have no idea where to plug in the code or how to then navigate to XP.
I think you are looking for ntfs-3g which comes with
System Rescue CD
This LiveCD comes with all the tools necessary for mounting NTFS volumes (including ntfs-3g) in read/write mode. It also has ClamAV, which is an anti-virus tool. This little CD of goodies has saved my bacon more times than any other single thing I've ever used.