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Welcome to Seven Forums IngestedFool. Likely RHDSetup.log is the setuplog for the Realtek High Definition Audio driver. You can click on it, and likely see some info about when Realtek was 1st installed (assuming you have Realtek High Definition). You can safely delete that file.
scramble.log is more worrisome, as I see in searches this may be trojan related. I would submit the actual log file to Virus Total. If the log is indeed just a log and clean, then open it to see what it contains, and it may give us some clues.
From Process Library:
gameuxinstallhelper.dll is used by 'Vista Games Explorer Integration Helper Library'.This is an application created by 'Turbine, Inc.'. To stop gameuxinstallhelper.dll permanently uninstall 'Vista Games Explorer Integration Helper Library' from your system
Vendor: Turbine, Inc.
Product Name: Vista Games Explorer Integration Helper Library
File Location: C:\Program Files\turbine\the lord of the rings online
Windows Games Explorer for Game Developers
Error message when you try to install a Microsoft Games for Windows game: "Failed to load DLL: GameuxInstallHelper"
Across all ThreatExpert reports, the file "gameuxinstallhelper.dll" has never been identified as a threat.
What is this exe file? Is this file safe? Check the directory
DriveKey brings up a few things involving Wii:
DriveKey - The world's first plug-and-play mod solution for Wii
I see you have HP, and I also found this:
HP Drive Key Boot Utility - HP Business Support Center
and also mention of:
Small Form Lexar DriveKey II Boot and Format Utility for HP DriveKey USB Devices
Both logs can be safely removed, but I'd look into the scramble issue. I'd also upload the gameuxinstallhelper.dll to Virus Total, but chances are it is legit, and should be left alone. DriveKey may also be legit, depending on what it contains . A Guy
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