rkill detects opencandy.com in HOSTs also TBS service missing in Resolved Malware Removal Logs Posted August 25, 2016 correction, that driver is already present on my device manager. it is Intel 11/05/2009 22.214.171.124 I must have forgotten I had already acquired that in Windows updater. this happened just before this problem occurred. and it was just after it had taken a day and a half to scan the updates. I had not had this problem before even with this driver and I had always acquired it before with no trouble. although, I had previously downloaded that driver in the last system restore about a week ago, before this partition/format/restore/update procedure. at that time, I had downloaded that driver via device manager and adware cleaner detected a reg entry associated with it as a virus. I had assumed device manager had acquired it from a fake source instead of Microsoft. I don't know. I do not recall the name of the virus nor the reg entry except it was labeled via adware cleaner as a number in brackets and no identification to what function it served in the registry. I found no way of deleting the entry and adware cleaner could not delete it. it was present and then seemed to not register at all in adware's detection. this was before my current windows system restore and I do not have that log from adware cleaner. I can only roll back this driver to the original and see if the update is the culprit. it is acting odd and last time before this system restore it was detected as malware. I downloaded it from windows updater however, on this occasion not a dangerous site. no detection but also dropping out on reboot. if you want I will go ahead and roll back to the default driver.