Windows 10: Annoying .exe file

  1.    13 Aug 2015 #1

    Annoying .exe file


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    can somebody help me to remove this? It open once in while. Thanks
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  2.    13 Aug 2015 #2

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  3.    13 Aug 2015 #3

    Thanks !how about the other .exe file ? and i'll let you know if this will occur again
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  4.    13 Aug 2015 #4

    reden said: View Post
    Thanks !how about the other .exe file ? and i'll let you know if this will occur again
    Same method.
    Select/Delete.
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  5.    13 Aug 2015 #5

    Having a look at the Installer window, it does not show any name. This does not look like you should be running these files...

    Looking at the change dates of these files they obviously are created whenever you do "something": At 11:17am, 8:11am, 1:22am, 1:01am and so on. What did you do there?

    Second question: When did this problem start? Have you maybe installed a new software and afterwards this started to happen? Which software? Do the file properties of these exe files contain more information (like a publisher, a version number or a software name)?
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  6.    13 Aug 2015 #6

    And you might also want to upload two of these files to virustotal.com to see, if they are actually identical and to see what other people and - even more important - what antivirus programes think about them.
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  7.    13 Aug 2015 #7

    You can safely delete all the files in that temp folder.
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  8.    13 Aug 2015 #8

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    well here are some of the results with different .exe(fsd5ACD, fsd82BD, fsd93E6, fsdB25A, fsdE372, gp_up_324832, LenovoSHAREit, Opera_NI_stable, VuuPCSetup_full) files i found on temp folder

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    So let me ask again. if its ok erase the file on this folder C:\Users\rednt\AppData\Local\Temp.
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  9.    13 Aug 2015 #9

    Joergi said: View Post
    Having a look at the Installer window, it does not show any name. This does not look like you should be running these files...

    Looking at the change dates of these files they obviously are created whenever you do "something": At 11:17am, 8:11am, 1:22am, 1:01am and so on. What did you do there?

    Second question: When did this problem start? Have you maybe installed a new software and afterwards this started to happen? Which software? Do the file properties of these exe files contain more information (like a publisher, a version number or a software name)?
    most of them dont have any information ..
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       13 Aug 2015 #10

    reden said: View Post
    here are some of the results with different .exe(fsd5ACD, fsd82BD, fsd93E6, fsdB25A, fsdE372, gp_up_324832, LenovoSHAREit, Opera_NI_stable, VuuPCSetup_full) files i found on temp folder
    VirusTotal is trying to tell you something - it's trying to tell you to scan your machine for Malware

    Close all open windows - these tools often remove files an open program is using. Failure to save and close your work might result is work in progress.

    Download and run the following tools:

    1. TFC - Temp File Cleaner (Geeks to Go)
      Run as administrator and restart the machine after it runs

    2. AdwCleaner (ToolsLib)
      Run as administrator and restart the machine after it runs

      1. Press the [ Scan ] button
        Review the tabs for known programs - if you are certain that the program should be on your machine, remove the check from the box next to the item.

        If you want a member to review the results of the scan, attach the log file to a new post. AdwClweaner log files are located in C:\AdwCleaner

      2. If you're sure that all of the files found are NOT known/valid files, then you can let AdwCleaner do it's job.

        Press the [ Clean ] button.
        press [OK ] if a dialog box asks you to close all programs
        Follow any directions given by the program
        press [OK ] if a dialog box asks you to restart your machine
        After rebooting, a logfile report (AdwCleaner[S0].txt) will open automatically.


    3. Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Free - (SevenForums.com Tutorials)


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