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Found a strange file named Haxlogs.txt


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#1 Alakazamm

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Posted 09 February 2016 - 03:39 PM

Hello everyone!

I have an asus laptop running windows 8.1. So last I was in my file directory and I clicked on my c drive and in there was a file I never have seen before named Haxlogs.txt. It wasnt in any specific folder, just the c drive directory. I opened it and all it said was "this monitors and logs your HAXM drivers." Also it was modified 2 days ago. What is this file? Thanks for everyones support.

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Posted 09 February 2016 - 03:46 PM

Seems legit, see: Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager  :wink:

 

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Posted 09 February 2016 - 06:59 PM

Looks to be some type of diagnostic/status log for the driver.
hax_get_memory_threshold: 0x80000000

VT is not enabled in the system, HAXM not function

-------- HAXM release 1.0.7 --------

This log collects runnging status of HAXM driver.

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Posted 11 February 2016 - 02:13 PM

Thank you for your help. I just have no idea why it was hanging out in the c drive, and it was recently modified. I have been trying to upload a pic so anyone else who came across this may be able to find it before making a thread but after uploading it to flickr and a few others, it won't allow me to post it. If someone could please explain which hosting sites are ok, I will do that.

 

Now I have another issue thats weird, while uploading files to virustotal to see if they have been altered, I was in my C:\Windows\System32 directory bc I saw 2 of almost the exact same files name perfc009 and perfh009 dat files which were modified today at 2:50 am. But when I went to upload them to virustotal and browsed thru my directory they weren't there anymore. So i opened my directory, and the directory I was using in the browser and they were there so I got a pic of that. I am really bout to factory restart my bleeping computer lol but I have so many things I've done to it. I wonder if it will re partition my hard drive and I will lose my ubuntu dual boot...Should I start a new thread for this? Sorry I am new here and just want to do things the right way.



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Posted 11 February 2016 - 05:07 PM

Hosting sites: Photobucket, Data File Host, Glowfoto, TinyPic, ImageShack.

But an image wouldn't help much since the log belongs to Intel Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager...you would need to ask them about it.

Perfc009.dat and Perfh009.dat are related to Windows Performance Counter Library values.

Correcting Corrupted Performance Counters.

...These counters are stored on your local system under the %systemroot%\System32\ directory in two files named Perfc009.dat and Perfh009.dat.


How to manually rebuild Performance Counter Library values .

Extensible counter information is stored in both of the following locations:
* The following registry subkey:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version\Perflib\009
* The %Systemroot%\System32\Perfc009.dat file and the %Systemroot%\System32\Perfh009.dat file


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