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  1. When I run JRT recently, I keep getting the following result: C:\WINDOWS\system32\Tasks\PCDEventLauncherTask (Task) Is this an infection? If so, how do I cure it. Is this a false positive? If so, how do I stop it from appearing? Thank you JRT.txt
  2. So I recently downloaded JRT version 8.1.4 to help get rid of a RiskWare.Agent.E that Malwarebytes finds and is unable to quarantine as well as a Wonknod.A that Microsoft Security Essentials keeps detecting but is unable to get rid of. When I run JRT as an administrator either in Normal or Safe Mode I get the following error. "Could not create file C:\Users\DRAC83~1.JEF\AppData\Local\Temp\jrt\clean_shortcut.vbs Access is denied.". My computer appears to be working alright after I cleaned out a virus yesterday except for Windows 7 saying it may not be valid (which it is). Any help is greatly appreciated. Cheers!
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