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  1. I've done some research about G.exe, it seem that is a hidden window in the system that is not malicious at all. So here's my history: I had that for some time, the G window preventing windows from shutting down, I ran all kinds of cleaners and anti virusses, also Ran TRON script, turned down that I formated my PC and Started again with a clean boot. Some days later, I got It again, I don't know how I got it the First time, so I don't know what I did wrong. I read the thread bellow, It seems that the Guy responding had that issue too, but the windows are not malicious. https://forums.malwarebytes.com/topic/226720-gexe-removal/ I also have a question, can the G be stored in my Plug&Play devices(Razer Deathadder and a Xbox One Wireless reciever)? I would like to know If I can get rid of those windows, If possible, If not, as long as they aren't malicious I don't care about having them. If they are stored in my Plug&Play devices, can I get them fixed? Or do I have to buy new ones? Please consider helping. Thank you.
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