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About Brotendo99

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  1. Seems to have gotten rid of the problem. My laptop starts up a whole of a lot quicker now. Looks like I gotten rid of more infected files that I was unaware of. Thank you very much Kevin!
  2. In the "msert.log" I did run the scanner twice, the one needed is the one that started on Sat Sep 19 02:27:02 202
  3. # ------------------------------- # Malwarebytes AdwCleaner # ------------------------------- # Build: 07-22-2020 # Database: 2020-07-20.1 (Local) # Support: https://www.malwarebytes.com/support # # ------------------------------- # Mode: Clean # ------------------------------- # Start: 09-19-2020 # Duration: 00:00:31 # OS: Windows 10 Home # Cleaned: 44 # Failed: 1 ***** [ Services ] ***** No malicious services cleaned. ***** [ Folders ] ***** No malicious folders cleaned. ***** [ Files ] ***** No malicious fil
  4. I ran as administrator and ran the file from downloads and made sure to follow direction. I hope it was complete. I had all boxes under whitelist checked and only addition selected on other section. I'm stuck if this is not complete.
  5. FRST.txt Addition.txt FRST_18-09-2020 05.22.50.txt Addition_18-09-2020 05.22.50.txt
  6. I'm sorry, these are the ones FRST_18-09-2020 03.57.33.txt
  7. Every time I restart my laptop, the powershell prompt asks for access several times after I click "no" because I'm aware that it is malware or an infection to the computer. Any help possibly? I've tried to use trojan killer and spy hunter but neither seemed to rid the powershell prompt on startup. I uninstalled those programs. Is there anything I can do or be helped with? I have used the Farbar Recivery Scan Tool and can provide the FRST.txt and Addition.txtAddition.txt FRST.txt
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