Posted 29 June 2011 - 10:27 AM
Thank you for the fast replies and I'm sorry for my late replies. >_<
As it turns out, my PC gets overheated. I lack the skills about the computer in physical so I might leave this to an expert technician.
Anyway, I have another issue. I recently got an update on my Malwarebytes Anti-Malware software that allows me to use it as a FULL PRODUCT for trial.
And Malwarebytes is issuing notifs that it had successfully blocked a potentially malicious connection to a random IP address.
This troubles me because there will come a time that Malwarebytes' free trial will expire and I would have no other protection besides my antivirus.
Downloading another software that mimics Malwarebytes' functions could be a hassle for me.
So I want to know how to determine which files are making those calls so I could delete them.
If there is a need to make another thread, please tell me so. Thanks.
"If Boots chose to save Baby Penguin based on his beliefs and his beliefs are not on his direct control,
does Boots really have free will?" -Maraka "Dora, the Explorer" parody