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Cody :)

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(Accidentally bumped this topic! I wish I knew how to delete it! >.<)

Hello!

I've found my computer to be responding very weirdly lately.
The internet has been horrendously slow, and I've been getting many new pop-ups, as well.
One thing that really stands out is my "Automatic Updates" for Windows keeps turning itself off.

I looked in my "startup" section under msconfig, and I noticed several different programs that are located in the system32 folder.

These programs seem to be created by "Rundll32.exe", and whenever I disable them, they continue to duplicate themselves.

"bdrhgdhr.dll", "sqoyotbi.dll", "aitahqsd.dll", and "bxpctycd.dll" are just to name a few of these mysterious files.

Anyone know where there are from, and how I can completely remove them from my computer?

Thanks so much!

-Cody

Edited by Cody :), 14 June 2008 - 10:12 AM.

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Mike

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Please don't start multiple topics.

If it has been more than 3 days please post in the waiting room.

Continue here http://www.geekstogo...up-t201586.html

Thanks for understanding,

Mike
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