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Mysterious new hardware found


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ageekinneed

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:tazz: Attack of the ninja hardware. Everytime I boot up, my computer says it recognises new hardware. I get the hardware wizard telling me it has "found new hardware". There are three of them, called 88d5b2q0, a7e5b28t and eh06b282. What on earth can these be?? I refuse to allow hardware wizard to install them, as I don't know what they are. I can't find anything about them on google either.

Could these be affecting computer performance? If so, how do I get rid of them? If not, how do I find out what they are and what they do? ;)

Edited by ageekinneed, 15 May 2005 - 07:12 PM.

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try answersthatwork they have a list about problems like yours i think. If that doesnt help you, i have no idea what could.

Good luck :tazz:
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Well, if you didn't install new hardware and all of a sudden these pop up, I would suspect some kind of malware. Work through the malware guide at the top of this forum where it says "Do you suspect a malware (Spyware, Virus, Trojan) infection? Please start here. " See what you find. If you still have trouble after that, post a hijack this log in the malware forum.
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