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IE8 always running in background, pop up, no way to fix..

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June 16, 2010 2:51:53 PM

Hello,

Yesterday, i noticed some IE8 pop up suddenly coming, it never happened before, so i searched and found that right after the system starts, a few iexplore.exe process are running in background...

I tried everything possible to remove : AV & Malmware scan, even online... Then i restored an old image (made few month ago) so of course, i didn't have that problem back then, and surprise!!! The *** was here...

Just few days before, i opened and .exe and some shits were detected, i just erased and thought it was over, but i guess the issue of now must come from that... I have 2 system partition and sometimes switch between :

I had the problem on both (which is strange already) and then it disappeared on one, even though i did nothing special... So i'm doing the last (and extreme) thing i can : Securely erase that partition then i'll restore and the *** must be gone...

Otherwise..!! IRDK.. :pfff: 
August 8, 2010 3:52:25 PM

868411,1,522242 said:
Hello,

Yesterday, i noticed some IE8 pop up suddenly coming, it never happened before, so i searched and found that right after the system starts, a few iexplore.exe process are running in background...

I tried everything possible to remove : AV & Malmware scan, even online... Then i restored an old image (made few month ago) so of course, i didn't have that problem back then, and surprise!!! The *** was here...

Just few days before, i opened and .exe and some shits were detected, i just erased and thought it was over, but i guess the issue of now must come from that... I have 2 system partition and sometimes switch between :

I had the problem on both (which is strange already) and then it disappeared on one, even though i did nothing special... So i'm doing the last (and extreme) thing i can : Securely erase that partition then i'll restore and the *** must be gone...

Otherwise..!! IRDK.. :pfff: [/q

With Strange Events occurring I would try a new browser for a a while, New FireFox Beta on the loose testing out bugs and flu, or Tried and True Chrome Dome OS! With SPY protected Mode on while you browse!
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