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New 'Documents' folder appeared with .dll files I don't know


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#1 swingman

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Posted 05 May 2017 - 04:13 PM

This is actually a couple questions rolled together but I don't know how to separate them.

 

Today when I went in to open my Documents folder, I noticed a new entry in the left-hand list (in Windows Explorer) I'd never seen before. Usually there is a 'Documents' folder with a 'My Documents' under it. Today there was also another folder named 'Documents' underneath them both which I did not put there. There were a couple things in it I could just delete, but there were 2 things I'm not sure about:  

 

NTIBUN5.dll and NTILiveUpdate.dll

 

I can't find anything useful in my searches and a Malwarebytes scan turns up nothing. So:

 

--Where did they come from?

--Why are .dll files in a Document folder anyway?

--What are they doing, if anything?

--Can I delete them?

 

As far as I know they're not causing any trouble, it just bugs me that they appeared from out of nowhere, and I want to get rid of them or put them in their place. ;)

 

Thanks.

 

Windows 7/64/SP1


Edited by swingman, 05 May 2017 - 04:26 PM.


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