When you open the Malwarebytes' program, you will see a whole row of tabs across the top.
There's a tab called Logs.
Click the Logs tab.
You can click individual scan results to open them, view the results.
From there, you can copy the entire contents of the scan results, and paste it into your next reply.
I'd certainly want to know what is eating up your hard drive space as such a fast rate.
Try this. Start button, Search, Files or Folders.
In the top line where you would normally type a file name, type in
(* is a wildcard, and essentially you're telling it "show me all files")
Then click "When was it modified", to expand that section.
Click to put a radio dot in "Specify Dates".
In the line underneath "Specify Dates", click the down arrow and pick "Created Date".
Just for kicks and giggles, start with 02-20-10 for the "from" date, and use 02-22-10 for the "to" date.
Then, in "More Advanced Options", make sure there is a checkmark in the first three choices:
- Search system folders
- Search hidden files and folders
- Search subfolders
Then hit the Search button.
See if anything jumps out at you as to the possible culprit.
Many years ago, this happened on a co-worker's computer that had HUNDREDS of files that were created, one after another, (the time of ea file was like one minute apart) and each one of them was 3,268kb in size. It was the strangest thing I'd ever seen. The program that went to that file association had some glitch, and the IT guy at work uninstalled the program, and then reinstalled the program, and that stopped it.
I can't say for certain that is what's going on in YOUR case, but hopefully this will shed some light on what you're experiencing. Please reply back with what (if anything) unusual that you find.