Quote: Originally Posted by anarchy2cruo
i just having the exact same problem..
is there any other solution to solve rather than restore point?
because i dont have any restore point..
The files are harmless. A right-click|UNINSTALL deletes them.
They appear to be caused by MS Security Essentials. Running that utility
off-line (turning off real-time protection) may solve the problem But that,
of course, diminishes security.
Many months ago, one of these files would be added each
time the PC was
rebooted. Now that doesn't always happen. I occasionally look - and delete.