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#1 Albert K

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Posted 03 September 2011 - 01:04 PM

Hi and greetings to every member and admin of this community,

To introduce myself briefly, I am a retiree and had spend quite a lot of time on my laptop computer. Lately, I had been exploring on many downloads of programs and all of them works fine until yesterday which I downloaded the Emule application program.

Initially, the Emule shortcut was in my program folder but after I closed the program, it totally disappear from the start/all program menu the next time I tried to open it. So I am unable to uninstall Emule program from the start menu. Furthermore, tried to uninstall it from Add and Remove Program but could not find the Emule Program.

Other observed symptoms, slow access of internet, CPU performance seems running at its full capacity each time loading a web page.

Would very much appreciate for any solution or assistance to totally uninstall and remove Emule Program from my computer. Thank you to anyone who can help me on this problem in advance.

Warmest regards

Albert K

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#2 Platypus

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Posted 04 September 2011 - 07:03 AM

Hello Albert, welcome to Bleeping Computer. I've initially moved the topic to a forum suiting the software type, but if a helper believes your problem may indicate an infection, we can move it again for malware assistance.

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