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what is this ctfmon.exe, startup optimizer has detected this program is harmful and it runs at start up but when i try to delete it, it comes back so if this is a harmful program how can i delete it
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ctfmon is a valid windows program and needs to run at windows startup.

http://www.liutiliti...library/ctfmon/

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i see, but the startup optimizer said it is a raidys trojan so thats why i brought this up
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Have you tried scanning it with your antivirus program?
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yes norton and spyware detector come up with nothin
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Excellent then. Is there anything else you needed help with?
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ok cool, yeah i got a question i know its not related to spyware but what can you do with the ms dos screen
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What you can do depends solely on your knowledge level. The command line can be a very powerful tool if you know how to use it. It is a lot more difficult than using the windows GUI.

If you would like some assistance with that, I can move your thread to the software forum?
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yes plz that would be nice thanx
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Moved to the windows xp forum.
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