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Gadoink-kadink bleeper?


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#1 Grant4u

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Posted 04 February 2010 - 03:05 PM

I have recently built a new computer running Windows XP. I am running simple, legal basic programs only so far and all has gone fine for 3 months. No one else has access to my PC so no "weird" sites visited.
I have suddenly gotten continuous "gadoink-kadink' sound :thumbsup: and an unknown "installer' appears.....I can't find the source or program which is trying to 'install' or up-date!
I have run AVG....no probs, and 'Spywarebegone'....nothing. I have done a system restore to before the prob began....still it persists....I have done a search for any new programs I don't know of which may have installed them selves.....nothing!

Does any one have any ideas how I find the 'gadoink' source (preferrably with out having to format & start from scratch?) :trumpet: :flowers:

Grant4u

EDIT: Moved to a more appropriate

Edited by garmanma, 04 February 2010 - 07:56 PM.


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#2 fallendream

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Posted 04 February 2010 - 03:36 PM

go to task manager and see if anything is running that shouldnt be is a good start.
try control panel -} add/remove programs then remove the ones you don't want.

alternatively you can run chkdsk for hard-drive problems.
mbam (malware bytes anti-malware), comodo and super anti-spyware for free legal scans.




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