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Dorothy754

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I get a pop up warning (C:\windows\system32\??RXX.exe is requesting access to the internet. )
I just cannot get rid of it. I've done a search on my pc no file found. I have been told this message might be adware. Can you give me any help? I use AOL and they have programs for this but the program finds nothing. I also ran the program in safe mode as I was told this might work. The pop ups just keep coming.

Thanks Dorothy
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Did anyone download software similar to this?

Off Road Routes

Here's another from Googling: Routes for You

I may not even be on the right track. :whistling:

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Hi, welcome to geekstogo, I imagine the simplest thing would just be to go to the malware forum here, and have them remove it for you, or if you feel confident enough to remove it yourself, you can look in services to find it, or with luck just disabling it from starting in msconfig could do the trick(though it would still be there though it would not be running) anyway put your trust in the Malware forum here, here is the link and good luck.

http://www.geekstogo..._Log-t2852.html
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