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molinger

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I have tried numerous fixes, including the windows autofix, which said there was a problem, but autoplay keeps looking for something to play. I am also having very high cpu usage. here is my Hijack this log to see if anyone sees something a mess. My cursor is constantly looking like it is doing something as well, going from a pointer to the hourglass.

Edited by Flrman1, 02 August 2006 - 05:15 PM.

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Hijack Logs have their own section :

HJT Logs
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I edited your post and removed the Hijack This log. I'm going through the log you posted in the Malware forum, but my first impression is that this is not malware related so you may end up finishing this in this topic after all.
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thanks for looking at this for me, I appreciate it.
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have you tried Clrt..Alt..delete press those and see whats running either under applications or process
after will try .....................GO START.................. CLICK RUN ............ TYPE IN msconfig CLICK ok........... under start tab uncheck each one at a time reboot for each one

we are eliminating possibilities try that may cause your problem

Edited by rushin1nd, 03 August 2006 - 01:03 AM.

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