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URGENT! Intel Express Installer!


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I just bought new desktop computer Intel i3 3.06 Ghz with Intel DH55Pj MOBO.

I just noticed that every i insert the Intel Express Installer DVD it creates a folder c:\Tempie4. Even without installing anything

And the most frustrating part is that inside Tempie4 folder has 3.tmp, 6.tmp, a.tmp.

If i google it this #.tmp is malware.

Why Intel DVD installer creates this folder immediately after inserting it to dvdrom?

Can i leave the folder and the .tmp file as is? Will it do no harm?

Or

It is safe to delete all?

Added info.

If i dont insert the Intel DVD it doesn't create Tempie4 folder which has inside of 3.tmp, 6.tmp, etc....

Urgent of help!

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I disable panda usb vaccine and let the autorun play on my ASUS mobo.

My DVD drive is in sandbox mode.

The XPSP3 with ASUS mobo is updated on Avast and MBAM.

Tempie4 folder didnt appear....

On curiosity I use the search button and write .tmp and found that on my sandbox folder it has b.tmp!

It means that the Intel Express Installer is creating .tmp file.

I uploaded the file on VT and appears to be clean.

I just finish again scan with MBAM and Avast now scanned on the SYSTEM no malware found.

@ron, what if ill just press and hold SHIFT keys to disable autorun..

But!

I will use the dvd driver update it via Device Manager on my new MOBO? is it safe?

Or i'll just download from intel site on all the drivers?

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Inside of TempEI4 folder are this 6.tmp and text file EI41, EI45, EI47 which i will post it here.

Btw i have bought 3 Intel MOBO.

This mobo is intel but different model its socket 775

Like my socket 1156 it creates same files.

EI41

[7:34:30 AM] Action is SETUP.

[7:34:30 AM] Created directory "C:\TempEI4\EI40_".

[7:34:30 AM] Set reg value for copy dir.

[7:34:30 AM] Copied "D:\SETUP.INI" to "C:\TempEI4\EI40_\CLEANUP.INI"

[7:34:30 AM] Copied "D:\EIConfig.INI" to "C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EIConfig.INI"

[7:34:31 AM] Copied "D:\EISetup.exe" to "C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EICleanup.EXE"

[7:34:31 AM] Filling from FILE_0

[7:34:31 AM] Filling from FILE_1

[7:34:31 AM] Filling from FILE_2

[7:34:31 AM] Filling from FILE_3

[7:34:31 AM] Filling from FILE_4

[7:34:32 AM] Filling from FILE_5

[7:34:32 AM] Filling from FILE_6

[7:34:32 AM] Filling from FILE_7

[7:34:32 AM] Filling from FILE_8

[7:34:33 AM] Filling from FILE_9

[7:34:33 AM] Filling from FILE_10

[7:34:33 AM] Filling from FILE_11

[7:34:33 AM] Filling from FILE_12

[7:34:33 AM] Filling from FILE_13

[7:34:33 AM] Filling from FILE_14

[7:34:34 AM] Filling from FILE_15

[7:34:34 AM] Filling from FILE_16

[7:34:34 AM] Filling from FILE_17

[7:34:34 AM] Filling from FILE_18

[7:34:34 AM] Filling from FILE_19

[7:34:34 AM] Filling from FILE_20

[7:34:34 AM] Copied file D:\unicows.dll to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\unicows.dll.

[7:34:34 AM] Copied file D:\Express.ex_ to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\Express.exe.

[7:34:34 AM] Copied file D:\EIhlp0409.CHM to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EIhlp0409.CHM.

[7:34:35 AM] Copied file D:\EIRES0409.DLL to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EIRES0409.DLL.

[7:34:35 AM] Copied file D:\LICENSE0409.RTF to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\LICENSE0409.RTF.

[7:34:35 AM] *** File D:\EMULATE.INI optional; not found

[7:34:35 AM] Copied file D:\LICENSE0409.RTF to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\LICENSE0409.RTF.

[7:34:36 AM] Copied file D:\EIServer.DLL to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EIServer.DLL.

[7:34:36 AM] Copied file D:\Readme.txt to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\Readme.txt.

[7:34:36 AM] Copied file D:\rebootOS.ex_ to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\rebootOS.exe.

[7:34:36 AM] Copied file D:\EIhlp0409.CHM to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EIhlp0409.CHM.

[7:34:36 AM] Copied file D:\EIRES0409.DLL to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EIRES0409.DLL.

[7:34:36 AM] Copied file D:\MSXML4.CAB to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\MSXML4.CAB.

[7:34:37 AM] Copied file D:\XML4REG.HTML to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\XML4REG.HTML.

[7:34:38 AM] Copied file D:\msxml.msi to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\msxml.msi.

[7:34:38 AM] Copied file D:\XML4REG.EX_ to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\XML4REG.EXE.

[7:34:38 AM] Copied file D:\EIProcessCaller.ex_ to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EIProcessCaller.exe.

[7:34:38 AM] Copied file D:\Documents\GameButton.bmp to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\GameButton.bmp.

[7:34:38 AM] Copied file D:\Documents\GameBanner.bmp to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\GameBanner.bmp.

[7:34:38 AM] Copied file D:\Documents\GameSponsor.bmp to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\GameSponsor.bmp.

[7:34:38 AM] Copied file D:\Documents\GameCopyRight.txt to C:\TempEI4\EI40_\GameCopyRight.txt.

[7:34:39 AM] Registering file "C:\WINDOWS\system32\RegSvr32 /s C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EIServer.DLL" in dir "C:\TempEI4\EI40_\".

[7:34:43 AM] Setup complete; put SetupDone entry in registry.

[7:34:44 AM] About to CreateProcess "C:\TempEI4\EI40_\Express.exe".

[7:34:54 AM] In WM_USER_CLOSESPLASH.

[7:34:57 AM] Testing delete cfg files.

[7:34:57 AM] Testing close splash.

[7:34:57 AM]

Closing Mutex Handle File.

[7:34:57 AM]

Closing Log File.

EI45

[7:35:20 AM] Action is Cleanup.

[7:35:20 AM] Removing copy directory entry from registry.

[7:35:20 AM] Removing SetupDone directory entry from registry.

[7:35:20 AM] Removing main setup registry key.

[7:35:20 AM] Attempting unregistration for "RegSvr32 /u /s C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EIServer.DLL".

[7:35:20 AM] Temp directory is "C:\TempEI4".

[7:35:20 AM] Temp file path is "C:\TempEI4\6.tmp".

[7:35:20 AM] Current file path is "C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EICleanup.exe".

[7:35:20 AM] Copied "C:\TempEI4\EI40_\EICleanup.exe" to "C:\TempEI4\6.tmp".

[7:35:20 AM] Creating tmp Process "C:\TempEI4\6.tmp -sd: 624 "C:\TempEI4\EI40_"" in "C:\TempEI4".

[7:35:20 AM] Testing delete cfg files.

[7:35:20 AM]

Closing Log File.

EI47

[7:35:20 AM] Action is SELFDELETE.

[7:35:20 AM] Finish job of cleanup.

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "CLEANUP.INI"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "EICleanup.EXE"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "EIConfig.INI"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "EIhlp0409.CHM"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "EIProcessCaller.exe"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "EIRES0409.DLL"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "EIServer.DLL"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "Express.exe"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "GameBanner.bmp"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "GameButton.bmp"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "GameCopyRight.txt"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "GameSponsor.bmp"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "LICENSE0409.RTF"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "msxml.msi"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "MSXML4.CAB"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "Readme.txt"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "rebootOS.exe"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "unicows.dll"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "XML4REG.EXE"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting file "XML4REG.HTML"

[7:35:20 AM] Deleting directory "C:\TempEI4\EI40_"

[7:35:20 AM] Testing delete cfg files.

[7:35:20 AM]

Closing Log File.

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Not really sure what CD you have there but if it came with the Motherboard then it should be the right one and hopefully it came with at least a brief installation manual on when and how to install certain drivers when installing Windows.

As you seem to be okay now I'll probably back off of this thread now but if you do need further help please go ahead and post back as there are a few other good techs here that can help you out.

Take care

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Once you have installed windows and have all drivers installed, you should not have to use the CD any longer. I never use those disks, I always get the latest drivers from the manufactures web site.

Those CD also come with other Misc. Free software and games that in my opionion are just crapware. Its like advertising for them.

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