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  1. Hi. I'm Sturm. I just joined and have been using Malwarebytes for years now. I have been having this issue with a cmd.exe window appearing a few minutes after booting. The window actually appears twice on startup, around 15 seconds after the first one, and does not contain any text. It is simply a blank window, and the text on top just says "Cmd.exe". I have no idea what this is, and it only appeared four weeks ago. With the help of a friend, I discovered it had something to do with my IP being renewed and released upon startup, and even doing it hours after that. I cannot find the root source of it, however, and I fear it may be some form of Malware, although I haven't heard of anyone else having an issue like this. I scanned with Malwarebytes, and nothing significant came up. All that was found was some old files and keys from Adware I long since gotten rid of. I initially thought it was my adapter that was causing this, so I swapped it out and put in a new one. To my dismay, nothing changed. Interestingly, the cmd window appears only once (instead of "flashing" twice) without an internet connection. Today, I installed Process Explorer to hopefully discover some more information about the mysterious cmd windows. I found several suspicious things. I thought that Mobsync was the cause of it, but this turned out false. I then suspected LMS.exe and UNS.exe, because upon the cmd appearing, they seemed to also appear, with Google Update triggering before them. I disabled all three, and nothing changed. The only file left that is of interest so far is Conhost.exe or maybe WmiPrvSE.exe (the latter because I did see it temporarily highlighted green several times when the popups appear). I have three copies of Conhost.exe by default according to Process Explorer. When I open Cmd.exe manually, they expand to include another copy. When the popups happen, they expand the same way, but I am unsure if it is the "same" copy I saw when I opened Cmd manually. What does this mean? Am I infected? I don't see anything malicious as of yet, but it is very frustrating and I want to get to the bottom of it, before it turns into something else. It has the ability to force me out of a game when the popups happen. I'm not sure if this is a normal property of Cmd.exe or unique to my issue. I am sure, however, that Conhost.exe does have something in common with the popups. I just don't know what.
  2. Good evening, I've been having a problem for the passed two days and was hoping that someone else has experienced this and solved it. I have malwarebytes installed but it hasn't fixed the problem. The internet on my desktop does not work. The network centre simply says "Connected with limited access" - I am sure the password is right My desktop has a wireless network adapter (D-Link DWA-125 Wireless N 150 USB) The computer can see all the available networks but does not connect to any, not even my mobile hotspot. I tried using a completely different network adapter and that one does not even show any wireless networks. I have basically come to the conclusion that the is some for of malware blocking access. Can someone help me with this problem? - Thank You
  3. Having issues with connecting to websites when my laptop connects to a wireless network. Issue seems to have started after a virus had infected my anti-virus program and others on the laptop. Have done mutltiple virus scans with ESET EndPoint Anti-Virus and they have found nothing, tried to run MalWare Bytes to see if there was anything that would be picked up and nothing either. I am at a loss, this is the only laptop that can connect to the DAP 1360 wireless extender without being able to navigate to any websites. I have attached the DDS and attach files to this post.attach.txtdds.txt
  4. laptop has option on battery to set medium power; what is the variable power function for a wireless adaptor?
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