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Hello,

I have been having a strange nosie come from my computer. I will be looking at stuff on the internet and then i will hear aim sounds. But I am not on aim, Also I will be sleeping at night and then I will hear my music just open and start playing. I dont know what this is and it is starting to freak me out. Please help thank!
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This would freak me out too! :tazz:

It sounds like someone may be "remotely" doing things on your computer.

Do you have Remote Access enabled? If you do, you probably shouldn't unless you need someone to have this privilege.

If you want to disable Remote access, open Control panel, double click on the System icon. Choose the Remote tab and uncheck the Remote Assistance and Remote Desktop options.

I am not sure if it will take care of the AIM sound, but start with this first and monitor your computer to see if it fixed it.

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Edited by makai, 16 July 2005 - 01:49 PM.

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If that didn't fix your problem, please go HERE and let one of the malware removal specialists help you there.

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Even if it does fix it, please follow SAAB's link and have your computer checked. You could still have spyware on your machine.

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