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#1 tattydisombras

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 07:17 PM

Hello first time posting on here. I found a possibly a strange file on my pc. I was wondering if I could post it here to see if it is not suppose to be there. I did a search on the file name and the only searches I could find said it was trouble.  I wanted to make sure this is the right forum to post it in first. If it isn't I am so sorry. 

 

It is in a folder ElevatedDiagnostics it was an error created by Windows over just one of many errors with my internet. I saw all of them when I was just scanning through the AllControlPanel\Troubleshooting\History. It is one of four in that ElevatedDiagnostics folder. There is a 
 
NetworkDiagnostics.debugreport.xml
ResultReport.xml
results.xml
results.xsl
 
I didn't know if this was the correct forum to post them in so before I sent them I wanted to double check. If it isn't could someone please point me to the correct forum. Thanks so much in advance.
 
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#2 jenae

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Posted 20 September 2017 - 07:55 PM

Hi, if it is produced through a windows diagnostic util it is highly unlikely to be dangerous. Why not right click it and have defender scan it. If you have a anti malware program (superantispyware OR malwarebytes) you should also have the right click scan option with these utils






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