Been trying everything I can to get rid of this. My PC has been running a bit slow lately, so I pulled up task manager to see what's going on. And I see all these processes entries that have a bunch of random letters for their names and in the description are listed as google chrome using up a bunch of memory and CPU power. Here is a screenshot of that.
So I right click on some of them to attempt to figure out the source, it shows them coming from users/*my user name*/appdata/locallow. Now I have 7-10 various folders in this place and inside several of them are these folders with random letters than have things referencing the google chrome icon and things like that if you go into them. So I'm sure these are the source of the corruption but of course I can't delete these folders because windows says they are in use. (Oh yea, and when you try to end the processes through task manager they will end momentarily but then just immediately pop back up). So I reboot to safe mode and the effects end. My computer is running zippy fast and these random letter things aren't showing up in the task manager. I go in and successfully delete all the garbage folders in the LocalLow folder. Reboot back to regular mode, and I think its fixed for a minute or so. But then all the random letter google chrome entries start showing up in the task manager again. (even though I'm not even running chrome). And all the folders I deleted in LocalLow have reappeared, some in different folders than they were in last time, but theres a bunch of them still there. So I go to the scanners.
I go back to safe mode run a full scan of malwarebytes, finds nothing.
Run a boot scan of avast, finds nothing.
Download and run combofix in safe mode and that seemingly found and fixed a bunch of messed up crap including I think it said my system file? Can't remember exactly what is said but I will attach the log.
So I reboot again after the combofix and it's all still happening. So here I am. Help me fix this please.
Edit: I see you guys say not to run combofix unless instructed to, but I did all that before even being aware of this forum as I am someone who knows a decent amount about computers and 95% of the time can fix any problems I run into on my own. But this time that was not possible, so I apologize for that.
Edited by danprince10, 13 October 2014 - 01:20 PM.