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  1. Shadow, I was indeed not on an administrator account, thanks for the heads up on that. I'm running the scan again now, hopefully everything goes well. Even so, I guess I still am having computer problems but I suppose a new PC is always an option.
  2. I've experienced the same problem, specifically with Windows opening programs very, very slowly. The first Malwarebytes scan quarantined and removed DFDWiz.exe while every scan since then has been bringing up the other file mentioned (the windows diagnostic user resolver). It's been quarantined and removed several times, but still comes back up, which I now know to just be a problem with Malwarebytes current version. However, the "Check for Updates" option is grayed out so I must be fully updated. The database version is v2012.05.17.06 and another user posted that there's was 05.18.01 so I'm g
  3. I'm fully updated but the problem still persists. The topic you linked did mention DFDWiz.exe, which was the first file quarantined and removed by Malwarebytes. I'm just wondering where this leaves me, because my computer is still running the same as it has been so there must be a problem. It essentially makes every running program and a few services take up much more CPU than needed - any ideas on what I might be experiencing? Nothing else has shown up on the scans.
  4. Well, my laptop has been running slow for awhile now, and while I figured it was a virus, Microsoft Security Essentials didn't seem to find anything. Finally, I just wiped everything clean, formatted the drives and re-installed my OS. About a week went by and the problem crept up again so needless to say I was pretty upset. A friend recommended Malwarebytes so I figured I'd try it before I went out and bought a new PC, just in case I could salvage this one (it still runs games pretty well). I ran the full scan and it turns out that I'm infected with a Trojan, specifically FakeAlert, which woul
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