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iexplore.exe 99% process


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balmoral123

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hi, recently i've noticed that my process has been going very slow.
In the process there's always a : iexplore.exe that is usually taking up about 99 % of the CPU
And when i try to delete it, it automatically comes back.
I've scanned my whole computer with AVG scanner and it's still coming.

Please help me out on this. :)

Edited by balmoral123, 16 July 2008 - 07:13 AM.

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The Admiral

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Sorry mate, this sounds a lot like malware. Unfortunately, no virus scanner is perfect, so I would advise you to follow the instructions in this thread, which will solve about 80% of problems. If it doesn't work out for you, follow the instructions to post a HijackThis! log, so we can look for other signs of malware and remove it.
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i'm thinking it didnt work
so i posted a new hijackthis log about an hour ago and now im waiting for someone to relpy :)
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No need to post the same topic at multiple forums here

Lets see what the malware forum finds
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