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Possible Hacker Problem

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Does anyone know what this means? Viewing the history clock, many entries such as NDr100.tmp, NDr101.tmp with consecutive numbering or NDr53.tmp.html with the same consecutive numbering. I gather that these are temporary internet files. When, I try to open them windows responds, " The specified path does not exist. Check the path and try again".

This started about a month ago. I found out resently that someone hacked into my computer.

Any thought would be appreciated.
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