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Tensaei

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Everytime I tunr on my computer, I get this pop-up saying Found New Hard Ware, and I haven't installed anything new.
It really bothers me when I have to cancel it everytime I start.
Then there are 2 New Hardwares that really gets me supicious.
Its named some thing like jksadlmn and some other thing.
Help with this?
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Can you tell me exactly what "hardware" the computer found?
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Tensaei

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All right, here are the things that pop-up.
Adobe LM Service
ATICDSr (Seems a bit suspicious too me)
jfdcd (Very suspicious too me)
PDK Debug Listener (Err... What? @_@)
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Tensaei

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Bump, Please help!
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Hi Tensaei,

Welcome to Geeks To Go, my name is Tony.

Just so we can rule out malware, Please Click here and follow the instructions carefully.
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Tensaei

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Did that.
All of it.
Still happens.
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Have you posted a HJT log in this link?
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Tensaei

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Yes I did it here.
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please be patient and complete the malware removal before you post here.
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right click my computer > manage > device manager and look for any yellow ?
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right click my computer > manage > device manager and look for any yellow ?

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Yeah, I found the things in yellow.
Should I disable them?
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do the things that you found with yellow ? correspond to the new hardware your computer is finding? if so....try to get updated drivers for them....if you know what they are and you know you don't use them..then yes..you can disable them
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