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m67m.ocx file found by NAV [CLOSED]

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I regularly run Ad-Aware SE and Spybot as well as Microsoft Antispyware and Norton Anti Virus. The software updates are all up to date and removal of any spyware/malware is usually easy. I also run HJT and have it analyzed on the web and remove anything that is labelled as NASTY. However, for the past month my NAV finds a file named m67m.ocx or AdwareMedware and tells me it is in my C:/Program Files/Downloaded Program Files folder. NAV will not delete it and I can not manually delete it because I can't find it. When I look in that folder it does not show up (I do not have "do not show hidden files" checked). I have searched for it with the search program on my pc and it does not locate it either. The other spyware programs does not find it...although AdAware did find MediaMotor which I've gathered from interenet postings that the two files are related. I did successfully remove Media Motor, but the m67m.ocx file still remains. I did notice another posting on another site where a fellow had the same problem, but it looks like he never got it resolved either. Any help?
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