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Windows 7: is system32/root/system32.exe a virus?

29 Mar 2013   #11
gigagiggles

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

The virus must be hiding somewhere. The OP will have to pay attention to when it reappears.


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29 Mar 2013   #12
nilank

 

System32.exe seems like a virus to me (Read comments down on this page: system32.exe Windows process - What is it?). You must have formatted only one of your partitions ( probably C: ) during Windows 7 installation. The malware is probably resides on some other partition which can easily infect your system again. Use MalwareBytes to clean your system along with a good anti virus software.
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29 Mar 2013   #13
nilank

 

Repeated:

System32.exe seems like a virus to me (Read comments down on this page: system32.exe Windows process - What is it?). You must have formatted only one of your partitions ( probably C: ) during Windows 7 installation. The malware is probably resides on some other partition which can easily infect your system again. Use MalwareBytes to clean your system along with a good anti virus software.
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