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WiFi auto shuts off

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#1 rails502


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Posted 10 September 2015 - 12:15 AM

I know I have a virus and I have spent a good 2 days looking through my computer to try and slove it. I had gotten rid of some of the virus like BoBrowser and a few others (I don't remember the name as it was a couple of all nighters getting rid of these). However I still have the problem with my WiFi keeps shutting off. I turn the WiFi on and after about 10-20 seconds it turns off. Nothing shows up on the virus scanners, I can't find anything suspicious in task manager, services, or startup programs. The only thing I managed to track down was a log that was called ClaraInstaller.txt which only refence BoBrowser and a few install API keys (I can post the log on request, but I didn't see any revelent information for the task at hand).


I don't want to do a whole OS reinstall if I can avoid it.


Windows 10

Asus U47A Laptop

Virus detection I use is Panda Free AntiVirus and AVG to scan


P.S The problem does go away if left idel in sleep mode, but I still want to get ride of this virus.

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