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Old farts still compute

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Hey,

My CPU spikes and I don't know why. It is random but it takes up a lot of the CPU when it does. I was sent here because my mentor on the other topic said you might could walk me through killing off a virus.

All the best,

Dan
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Please abide by the rules of the forum and only post one topic, do not duplicate or bump your post. You already have a live topic in malware here:

http://www.geekstogo...s...st&p=898010

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