Good morning gogetter. I've just got the same message, and I'm a little hesitant to delete any files until I have confirmation that it's a real threat as the file location is actually on disk F:, which for me is the Huawei modem. Curiously, I replaced a modem of the same type with the current one about three weeks ago, and since that time I've been having constant total system crashes and serious problems which seem to be related to power management.
I have just got the same problem.
The files have not had any modification since new according to their properties. The Created dates and modified dates are the same. They are both read only files.
It is claiming the AutoRun.exe file is infected with Generic29.AUOK, the AUTORUN.INF file points to AutoRun.exe.
I am also facing the same problem, I just downloaded AVG Internet Security 2013, 30 day trial & I keep getting an AVG Detection of a "Trojan Horse Generic29.AUOK2". I didn't have this problem while using McAfee, Could anyone help please. I might end up going back to McAfee.