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#1 Radu_LA

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Posted 22 December 2008 - 11:58 AM

Hi all,
I was trying to reply to the similarly-titled topic - I suppose one is not allowed to do so.
In a nutshell;
Binary langage files (nothing random about them) in the "TEMP" folder are created by the Realtek HD Audio Manager.
Have spent a lot of time looking for fix - there's no fix.
Other than disable start of the program using msconfig or similar.
Not hurting anything (disabling). You'll have to figure out how to run the manager if not auto-started.
The language files don't hurt anything either.
Annoyance.
Problem more prevalent, but not limited to on Dell machines.
Hope this helps.
Radu
P.S. Aren't members supposed to do a little research before asking for help here ;-)

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Posted 22 December 2008 - 01:04 PM

Hi there Radu_LA welcome to Bleeping Computer, It's good to see you here. :thumbsup:

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Posted 22 December 2008 - 01:16 PM

I was trying to reply to the similarly-titled topic - I suppose one is not allowed to do so.

P.S. Aren't members supposed to do a little research before asking for help here ;-)

By any chance was the topic in the HJT Logs Forum? If so, only the person posting the problem, staff and the malware team are permitted to reply. This reduces confusion and conflicting information to a stricken member. You should be able to post in any other forum. Please be sure and read any advisories at the top of each forum or 'pinned topics' for what may or may not be posted as 'fixes'.

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