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Xbox 360 trying to connect/Data execution prevention


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#1 babyfe

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Posted 09 July 2010 - 12:25 AM

About 30 minutes ago, i was trying to get rid of malware,viruses, and all that good stuff using rkill and malwarebytes(currently scanning). Next thing you know, An icon appears on my taskbar saying "A new xbox 360 has been detected. Double click here to connect to it to this computer." The thing is....I DONT OWN AN XBOX 360!! AND YOU NEED THE PASSWORD IN ORDER TO CONNECT TO MY NETWORK. i was wondering is it possible to get rid of it before i accidently connect to it? Also, An error message from the Data Execution Prevention keeps popping up saying "To help protect your computer, Windows has closed this program."
Name: Generic Host Process for Win32 Services Publisher: Microsoft Corporation Is this another virus of some sort or is a few of my OS files are corrupted and what can i do to fix it? I have a dell inspiron 1501 with windows xp sp3

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