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rulesofroad

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i've been searching the net for answers for a good hour or two and can't find an answer.

since i installed this router, a .ink has been created in my startup, targetting to c:/windows/installer/{8CC15633-2327-43F4-BA85-B83FDB4B59BE}/_18be6784.exe

i don't know what this does, in the same folder are two files that look like theyre part of the same group. if i delete any of them, i get an error saying they're in use, but i am able to delete them shortly after. however, when i do, my broadband network utility goes down.

i removed the .ink from my startup, however.

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Right if they repair dont delete them. Apart from them being there is anything bad happening to your computer. Run a spyware and virus scan to see if they think there bad. My thinking at the moment is that there something to do with the router and you shouldn't be deleting or changing them.
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thanks, i'm pretty sure they are part of the router. but i don't know what they do. botch install? but it happens all the time
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