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Cannot Remove Malware(Rootkit) Objects!

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I hope someone can help me with this. I have two laptop computers one is Compaq Presario CQ60 running Windows 7 32 Bit Home Premium and the other computer is a HP DV6-6c35dx running Windows 8.1 Pro. and they both have the exact same programs like Norton 360, Malwarebytes Pro, Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit, etc...... Let me tell you first off that I run a security check on both laptops once a week using the programs within Norton 360, Malwarebytes Pro, Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit, and Norton Power Eraser and as of last Saturday everything has been perfect; NO INFECTIONS!!! Until yesterday when I ran Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit on the HP laptop and it came back with these drivers (see attached files) to be remove and I did that and then restarted the computer and ran the same scan again and the same exact drivers reappeared again, so I ran the Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit on the Compaq laptop and it came back with Everything is OK, NO Malware found!!!, but the thing is that both computers have the same exact drivers that the Anti-Rootkit says needs to be removed from the HP computer. I have ran the scans on both computers several times and still getting that I need to remove these drivers, but only on the HP computer and not on the Compaq computer. I have even removed the Anti-rootkit software, restarted the computer, reinstalled the anti-rootkit software, restarted the computer and ran the scans again on the HP computer with the same results need to remove these drivers; I even tried it a couple times with no luck, so I did some research on the drivers in question and they are all from Microsoft, some are for Bluetooth, some are for usb, but the thing is that the dates on the drivers are months old except for one that is from earlier this month.... :wacko: So I would appreciate any help with this interesting problem!!! :)


Thanks and Happy Holidays!



P.S. Sorry for the long winded post... :)


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