I was talking to some of my friends with my newly built gaming PC on Skype when all the sudden I started hearing an ad for some kind of Intel processor and I though that maybe Skype had audio ads every now and again. So I closed Skype and it was still going. Then a bunch of other adds started playing over each other and I had nothing even open and nothing even running on my task manager. My computer has a GIGABYTE motherboard and it comes with a audio managing program called Realtek HD manager. When I use this and I go to volume control There is "speakers" "System Sounds" and "No name available" when I am on my desktop the only one making noise is the no name available one so I am assuming that's where the ads are coming from. also when I mute that the ads stop. So I am able to get them to stop playing but they are still on my computer somewhere. I downloaded the trial version of eset nod 32 antivirus and ran several scans. It only started detecting a Trojan today when I scanned it again this morning. When I try to delete it, eset opens a new window that says "error deleting". My brother also uses this PC a lot of the time and he told me he gets a lot of the games for free with utorrent. I tried scanning with malware bytes and spybot and like 90 different other programs that people recommended on some other threads I read about audio ads but still no use....
Edit: Eset nod32 Antivirus 7 Alert window
Event occurred during an attempt to access the file by the application: C:\Windows\System32\SndVol.exe.
Threat: Wind64/Patched.H trojan
Edited by Hairy Dirt Man, 10 January 2014 - 11:47 AM.