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deltreew.exe C:cabs

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Does anyone know what this is, I have googled but from what I can find no where knows what it is, so with the wealth of knowledge on here, I thought I would ask :tazz:

It atempts to start up after looking at a system smart restore through packardbell support.

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well just by the title it references the dos command deltree which if you aren't initiating a deltree is usually not good. if the name of the file is deltreew.exe and it is trying to delete c:\cabs then it probably wont make a difference...because there shouldn't be a folder called cabs in c....but i'm not sure...whatever it is..sounds fishy
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