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This is my 3rd time here with Andrewuk being a great help to me the other 2 times. I don't really know if what I'm experiencing is a virus or spyware but it is unusual behavior so I thought I'd start here. Only new changes to my computer were that I just got an iphone so that's been occasionally plugged into my usb and itunes is used at times. The other thing is that I just ran the last windows updates and at one point I noticed it hung up for a while at extracting files and even popped up another window that said verifying files. So since then and a power outage earlier today any active window I have up will go to the background without any action on my part. All my scans have come up clean so please let me know how to proceed.
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