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ok i have jafruxxm.exe running and i have jjhjnswr.exe running.

I searched everywhere for what they are, and i cant fingure out what they are?

I was away for 3 days and my little bro was here. Hes an idiot, and i checked the history and cookies and found nothing suspicious, so where the hell did they come from?

Anyone know any way i could figure out what these are.

PS. I searched my comp, both hard drives, including hidden folders and stuff and it didnt find either file....

Weird???

But anyways everytime i boot up they use like 14mb of ram, and like 10% cpu usage. I can close them, but then they boot up again when i restart. And they arent in the startup reg thing...

????

help? :blink:

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You definitely want to get AD-AWARE. I don't know what those processes are...if your searches came up null, then mine probably would also...but sounds like you could have spyware on your comp. Ad-Aware will hopefully detect it and end it and delete it. Ad-Aware's the only one I use, but if it doesn't work, a lot of people here also use SpyBot.

Here's the link for ad-aware:

[url="http://overclockersclub.com/link/?http://www.lavasoftusa.com/support/download/"]http://www.lavasoftusa.com/support/download/[/url]

Just choose one of the mirrors for the standard edition. It's completely free. Then when you install it, click "check for updates" to get the newest definitions and run the scan.

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I agree with what eveyone else has said. You need to get an adware program try to search for it. I'm bored so i went and googled it to find nothing so you should go with an adware program. If it's still there possible a virus program. And if it is still there try using the windows search feature to find where it is. For it to run as a process it has to be somewhere. That should give you some more info about it.

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Run MSCONFIG to see if they are started upon bootup, also use [url="http://overclockersclub.com/link/?http://www.ravantivirus.com"]Ravantivirus[/url] to check to see if it is some sort of malicious code, and of course run a couple of spyware programs such as Spy Sweeper, Adaware, Spybot. To me it sounds like a virus, but who knows and I find that Ravantivirus is pretty good at detecting wierd files, and it'll tell you where the file is hiding at. It won't delete it for you, but it'll show u where to go and delete it manually.

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Well thanks guys!

Lol i didnt mention ( i dont know how) i have ad-aware and spybot, and norton, all of which were up to date. Lol nadda on all. Also did a reg cleanup and ..

I searched google and yahoo and a bunch of searches and found nothing.
I searched microsoft and nothing

But... After searching through my windows and system32 folders for a while i found the files ( i dont knwo why the computer search didnt find em) and deleted them. Hopefully it fixed it. Thanks for the help.

PS. If anyone ever finds out where these files are from or what they do then please post, ill keep an eye out.... :ph34r:

thanks again

P.P.S
<<<<<<<<------------Whats this warning meter thingy??? Edited by zep_54

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Regarding the Warning Meter: [url="http://overclockersclub.com/link/?http://forums.overclockersclub.com/?showtopic=19096&hl=warning"]http://forums.overclockersclub.com/?showto...9096&hl=warning[/url]

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[quote name='caffeinejunkie' date='Feb 18 2004, 11:44 PM']You can't just delete the files lol thats too easy you have to make it hard and complicated. But as he said he couldn't find them so when and if he does find these phantom files you could try to delete them.[/quote]
now im the one thats :withstupid:

:D

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