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Every time I turn on my computer the Cyberlink file opens and runs in the back ground. I don't mind this I noticed after awhile if grows from 30-40,000 KB of memory until it gets up to 450,000-500,000 KB of memory. It takes up 80-90% of my physical memory. If I shut another program down, it grows and takes over that space.
Could there be a virus in there doing this?
I do not run a lot of program thru here. Just some photos every once in a while.
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