Strange file with Chinese character in Windows root hardisk


  1. Posts : 5
    Windows 7 64bit Pro
       #1

    Strange file with Chinese character in Windows root hardisk


    I have latest Windows 10 Pro and on two computers I saw strange file opened with Chinese character name. I found it by Nirsoft OpenedFilesView sw

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    Strange file with Chinese character in Windows root hardisk-2023-05-31_17-58-54.png
    Strange file with Chinese character in Windows root hardisk-2023-05-31_17-58-22.png

    Have you idea, what is this?
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 8,126
    windows 10
       #2

    First job run a full virus scan it's 0 length but has a process I'd also run a disk check
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 18,034
    Win 10 Pro 64-bit v1909 - Build 18363 Custom ISO Install
       #3

    Hello @yard,

    If you wanted to get further information on Process ID = 4 that might help, Copy & Paste the following command into a CMD Prompt and press Enter.

    Code:
    
    PowerShell "Get-Process | Where-Object {$_.ID -eq '4'} | Format-List *"

    I hope this helps.
      My Computer


  4. Posts : 85
    Win 10
       #4

    Who in the maker of the PC?

    If in you copy those characters in to a translator Chinese to English what do you get back? you might have to try both simplified and traditional Chinese, or maybe have the translator auto detect the language.
      My Computer


  5. Posts : 5
    Windows 7 64bit Pro
    Thread Starter
       #5

    Majulook said:
    Who in the maker of the PC?

    If in you copy those characters in to a translator Chinese to English what do you get back? you might have to try both simplified and traditional Chinese, or maybe have the translator auto detect the language.
    Both are HP Z workstations

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    Paul Black said:
    Hello @yard,

    If you wanted to get further information on Process ID = 4 that might help, Copy & Paste the following command into a CMD Prompt and press Enter.

    Code:
    
    PowerShell "Get-Process | Where-Object {$_.ID -eq '4'} | Format-List *"

    I hope this helps.
    Code:
     Name                       : System
    Id                         : 4
    PriorityClass              :
    FileVersion                :
    HandleCount                : 6346
    WorkingSet                 : 7991296
    PagedMemorySize            : 217088
    PrivateMemorySize          : 217088
    VirtualMemorySize          : 13045760
    TotalProcessorTime         :
    SI                         : 0
    Handles                    : 6346
    VM                         : 13045760
    WS                         : 7991296
    PM                         : 217088
    NPM                        : 272
    Path                       :
    Company                    :
    CPU                        :
    ProductVersion             :
    Description                :
    Product                    :
    __NounName                 : Process
    BasePriority               : 8
    ExitCode                   :
    HasExited                  :
    ExitTime                   :
    Handle                     :
    SafeHandle                 :
    MachineName                : .
    MainWindowHandle           : 0
    MainWindowTitle            :
    MainModule                 :
    MaxWorkingSet              :
    MinWorkingSet              :
    Modules                    :
    NonpagedSystemMemorySize   : 272
    NonpagedSystemMemorySize64 : 272
    PagedMemorySize64          : 217088
    PagedSystemMemorySize      : 0
    PagedSystemMemorySize64    : 0
    PeakPagedMemorySize        : 229376
    PeakPagedMemorySize64      : 229376
    PeakWorkingSet             : 8015872
    PeakWorkingSet64           : 8015872
    PeakVirtualMemorySize      : 18092032
    PeakVirtualMemorySize64    : 18092032
    PriorityBoostEnabled       :
    PrivateMemorySize64        : 217088
    PrivilegedProcessorTime    :
    ProcessName                : System
    ProcessorAffinity          :
    Responding                 : True
    SessionId                  : 0
    StartInfo                  : System.Diagnostics.ProcessStartInfo
    StartTime                  :
    SynchronizingObject        :
    Threads                    : {12, 16, 20, 24...}
    UserProcessorTime          :
    VirtualMemorySize64        : 13045760
    EnableRaisingEvents        : False
    StandardInput              :
    StandardOutput             :
    StandardError              :
    WorkingSet64               : 7991296
    Site                       :
    Container                  :
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    Majulook said:
    Who in the maker of the PC?

    If in you copy those characters in to a translator Chinese to English what do you get back? you might have to try both simplified and traditional Chinese, or maybe have the translator auto detect the language.
    Strange file with Chinese character in Windows root hardisk-snimka-obrazovky-2023-06-01-105316.pngStrange file with Chinese character in Windows root hardisk-snimka-obrazovky-2023-06-01-105049.pngStrange file with Chinese character in Windows root hardisk-snimka-obrazovky-2023-06-01-105044.png
      My Computer


  6. Posts : 4,823
    Windows 11 Pro 64 Bit 22H2
       #6

    Chinese characters usually point to a Corrupted File that identifies with unknown fonts.
      My Computer


 

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