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  1. Briefly: I was infected with the malware I noted in this thread (grupter.exe and reg_win_5018.exe): Both have since been added to the database and MB took care of them. However, I'm still getting the two .EXE files back in the windows folder after being online for a few minutes and they're back to doing their thing. Run the scan, MB removes then, after less than 5 minutes, the files are back. Lather, rinse, repeat. This only happens when I'm online; shutting off wifi prevents the files from respawning. So. . . either another file or infected file is downloading these
  2. I have had the following problem recurring over and over again, but cannot find any way to sort this out. The computer boots clean and works fine. When I launch Facebook/candycrush/youtube, the GPU crashes and restores.I usually loses the chrome page. In many instances, GPU tweaks report 100% gpu usage, and the fan is at max. Sysinternals process explorer/windows process explorer or process hacker 2 do not report any GPU usage. What could go wrong ? How do I pinpoint the problem and proceed from here ? I suspect a stealth coin miner...A reboot only restores the GPU to 0%. Malwarebyte or Micros
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