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laptop will not shut down, 'ghost activation' of wireless

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 A last week I found a scheduled task while running C-Cleaner; it has a OHD.exe extension. After a internet search, I saw that it was associated with a virus. I was unable to delete it via C-Cleaner, and can not find the file where C-Cleaner says it is located. Mbam, Spybot, and my Comodo Internet secutiry do not report it at all. I was able to disable it through C-Cleaner, though.

 Since then, my laptop will not shut down- at all- unless I do a hard shut down; use the power button that is.

 Also, my wireless receiver keeps turning on by itself. I do not have any sort of internet at home so I am not sure how/why it is doing that. I have had several blue screen crashes too as well as another user profile created on my laptop with MY NAME; I never use my real name when setting up somputers or user accounts!


What should I do?

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To follow up, over the last two daysI have downloaded the Farbar Recovery Scan Tool and have sucessfully run the program. However, when it is finished scanning, it will not creat the text docs. I get an error message that the folder/loation can not be reached or recognized. Is there another way to run the scan, like in safe mode, maybe?


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