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Possible Virus in need of help

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Starting about a week ago my computer began to freeze up, freeze up, go completely dark, then a blue screen with the following stop code appears: stop code: WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR. It appears that there is not an overheating issue nor is there any other hardware issue.  This was primarily occurring while gaming, but now it has started to occur during my day to day computing (school/work).  Occasionally (more recently) everything just locks up and I can't do anything (alt tab/open task manager, etc).  Once this started, and I finally got rebooted, I checked my more recently installed programs and noticed odd software that I do not remember installing.  This leads me to the possible idea that I have a virus of sorts.  Any help would be GREATLY appreciated.  ;)

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