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I suspect a malware in GNR.EXE or GRN.EXE files


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What log is this and how big is huge?
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Hi Ron,

The bootlogXP that you asked me to run has a log of about 272kb. from when I rebooted.

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Paul

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Uninstall

Intel AppUp(SM) center

Skype

Windows Search (you may need to go into Services and change the Startup Type to Disabled.)

Do you really need Dropbox?

The nvcpl.dll (Nvidia Control Panel) is taking almost 2 minutes to load so you should look for a newer version of the Nvidia drivers.

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Hi Ron,
Thanks for that,got rid of intel appups, but need dropbox and skype my whole family live overseas and that is our main communication.

Having trouble with were to Disable windows search, and were to download new drivers for Nvidia.

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Start, Run, services.msc , OK then find the Windows Search. Right click and select Properties and change the Startup Type: to Disabled. Apply. Stop the service.

Give me your make and model of your PC and I will look for the nvidia driver for you. (You may have given it to me already but I'm too lazy to read through the whole series again.)

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Hi Ron,

Thanks for your help,
I have a web address about my motherboard if that helps. I did go to downloads and did the second NVIDIA MCP61/MCP68 Chipset Driver (include chipset\lan\sata raid driver)

But it didn,t do much here is the link http://www.gigabyte....s2_2x/download/
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I would think you needed the first one since it does not appear that you have a 64 bit OS. NVIDIA MCP61/MCP68 Chipset Driver (include chipset\lan\sata raid driver)
OS:Windows® XP

Also the first VGA NVIDIA MCP61/MCP68 VGA driver
OS:Windows® XP which I expect has the control panel.
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