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I think I have a virus

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#1 OC-Chuck


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Posted 22 November 2014 - 03:54 PM

I'm running Windows 7, with Avira freeware and Malwarebytes.  My cpu is consistently maxing out and my current window periodically loses focus as I'm typing.  My home wireless gets bogged down, but when I unplug my cable from the router the wireless is fine for other devices.  My C:/users/[myname]/AppData/Local/Temp directory is constantly filling up with directories.  Some of the directories have files like desktop.ini, cfiles.5min.com, settings.sol, vox-static.liverail.com, DOMStore, etc.  When I delete the directories and files, sometimes I get a popup that says "Powershell has stopped working".



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